To be honest, I know absolutely nothing about Aeolius, other than that his ReMix is both well done and refreshing.
It really makes me wonder why he doesn't have any stuff on VGMix or anywhere else. Hope to hear
more from him someday.
Clearly defining a style all his own, analoq's mixes are known to be
original, intense, deep and professional. He's also one of the few guys out there that really knows his craft - his
knowledge of synthesis helped me out a lot - after reading some of his helpful posts on the OCR boards, I
applied several of his techniques to the sounds in Bring in the Machine.
This guy has been around for a while and really established himself as a unique arranger. Everything he has on OCR is
solid and polished, but definitely check out his VGMix tracks for some crazy variation and expansion of genres.
The Big Shot, or DCT, is kinda more of an underground guy, here in this already kinda underground world of VG remixes.
His stuff is groovy and often smooth, obviously influenced by hip-hop, among others. Check out
to see what he's been up to lately.
In my opinion, Hadyn is one of the best "new guys" out there, and will soon be pretty well known. His mixes have a
clean and uplifting style that's just a good time to listen to. Check out more of his stuff on VGMix.
All I know about Icy Guy is that he kinda came outta nowhere with his very excellent track for Kong in Concert. So
when he volunteered to take Mystic Cave (a track that had changed hands about a million times), I couldn't have been
Who would have thought that Jayson Litrio's baffling rejection from OCR could kinda be a good thing? Now the project
benefits by having a kickass track just for us. OCR hasn't totally neglected Jayson though - check out his very
excellent Zelda 3 track, one of my personal favorites.
Joker (or Da Joker to some) has worked on this project quite a bit. He did a pretty cool Robotnik Theme and a version
of Casino Night that wasn't quite what the project was looking for. Then he came back and really impressed me with
his very classy and fun electronica piece.
nesper is a rare breed. Perfecting his art here and there over about a year, his track is fine-tuned and polished.
More than once, he would stay up until 5AM working on his track, sometimes even burning the sucker to CD so he could
hear it from a new angle (his car). Sure it was done months ago, but now it's a little better and it shows a lot.
That's me. I've been ReMixing for about two years now, just after I discovered OCR.
Race Results was done about six months ago (I believe my lack of experience shows) and Robeatnik was my first track ever made using Reason.
Sadorf's been around the VG ReMix scene for about 420 years and has shown vast, vast improvement since his early
days. Even over the course of the last year and literally twelve different variations of his track for HH, it's
gotten better and tighter and really very polished. Tweaked to near perfection, check it out.
Capable of spanning genres while remaining within trance (a difficult... ok, impossible task), Sir Nuts has shown
himself to be a remarkable musician. His track for HH is quite gorgeous. Download everything you can by him.
There were many times I was afraid Snyderman wasn't going to finish his track. Something of a perfectionist, he
wanted to do it all or nothing, and sometimes didn't know if he could force inspiration when it was lacking. His
very first WIP on this track was amazing and the final track is no different.