Very faithful Faulconer styled compositions and remakes

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Very faithful Faulconer styled compositions and remakes

Post by Attitudefan » Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:19 am

Hello everyone! Just came across a channel that emulates the old Faulconer Production style to a point that it is hard to distinguish it from the originals.

Here's a sample of his work:

Raditz Theme(Original composition)
Goku Healing Remake
Vegeta vs Jeice Remake
Kid Goku Theme (Original composition)
Kid Buu (Original composition)
Goku vs Ginyu Remake

He had made a full 20 minute compilation of older work here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmCwoL1mN7Y
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Re: Very faithful Faulconer styled compositions and remakes

Post by Tectorman » Mon Feb 25, 2019 11:47 pm

What's the audio equivalent of "on-model"? Because this is that. Thank you for bringing attention to this. I wonder if he's done any themes for Super?
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Re: Very faithful Faulconer styled compositions and remakes

Post by Attitudefan » Tue Feb 26, 2019 10:40 pm

Tectorman wrote:What's the audio equivalent of "on-model"? Because this is that. Thank you for bringing attention to this. I wonder if he's done any themes for Super?
Hey I'm glad to share great work!

And yeah I would say this is an example of "on-model" work for audio/music. I'm sure you can ask him as he seems very responsive and motivated.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTRtBrpFc4Q Just want to bring attention to another unreleased track he remade: Fat Buu's Evil Bells theme. Sounds IDENTICAL to the one heard in the show.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XZMdwWsbdk Really great Trunks theme too.
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Re: Very faithful Faulconer styled compositions and remakes

Post by PremiumSalt » Wed Feb 27, 2019 1:00 am

Given that I don't have enough of a familiarity with the Faulconer Productions score to know every track, if you played those for me and said they were actual Faulconer tracks, I'd believe you. Very impressive.
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