Shovel Knight – Dig It! [Tribute Album]

As we are getting closer to 2019, we are still working on bunch of projects that we hope to release before the end of the year. And we just finished one of those, so please welcome our new mini-album: Dig It! a tribute to Shovel Knight music!

You can download our album for free by clicking on this picture =>

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Or directly with this link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/xbdp4z14d8pzi47/Pixel+Mixers+-+Dig+It%21+%5BShovel+Knight%5D.zip

This album features 11 songs out of  the Shovel Knight franchise, all composed by Jake Kaufman.
We gathered more than 30 musicians and the total length of the album is more than 41 minutes!

This is maybe our most uplifting album with some really dynamic rock songs that will give you a nice adrenaline kick, Celtic/Irish rock songs that will make you want to dance all night long, Latino music that will make you travel to Brazil, fusion, electro and a bit of chill to take a deserved rest after so many emotions!

If you want a taste of our album before downloading, here is a trailer:

 

You can vote for your favourite tracks with this poll: https://www.strawpoll.me/16634730

Project Director: Hashel https://www.youtube.com/c/Hashel
Artwork: Mind Waker https://www.artstation.com/mind_waker
Album Mastering: Dacian Grada https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVDkhWI0arWWOzjKgVd3S2Q

Cool Links:

– Pixel Mixers FB https://www.facebook.com/PixelMixers/
– Pixel Mixers Twitter https://twitter.com/Pixel_Mixers
– Pixel Mixers Discord https://discord.gg/2YmK66G
VGcover Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/VGCovers/

Our 21 free VGM Tribute Albums: https://pixel-mixers.com/2018/04/08/pixel-mixers-albums-list/

Hope you’ll enjoy Dig It!

Join our next projects: Donkey Kong Country, Indie Games Vol.2, Ecco the Dolphin, Zelda Wind Waker & Skyward Sword… And more by joining our Discord Server https://www.reddit.com/r/VGCovers/

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Castlevania (1986 – 1996) – Scarlet Night [Tribute Album]

Time flies, and we are already celebrating our 20th VGM Tribute Album!
And for that we needed to cover one of the most famous and beloved franchise: Castlevania!
For this album we decided to “only” cover songs from the games released between 1986 and 1996 to give ourselves the opportunity of making a 2nd Castlevania album in the future with the other games.
But for now, here is our Castlevania Tribute album: Scarlet Night

You can download our album for free by clicking on this picture =>

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Or directly with this link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/7tut0kzyd268m7o/Pixel+Mixers+-+Scarlet+Night+%5BCastlevania+1986+-+1996%5D.zip

This album features 29 songs out of 11 games from the Castlevania franchise.
We gathered 41 musicians and the total length of the album is 88 minutes!

This might be our darkest and heaviest album so far, mostly due to the nature of the original product! But do not expect only metal, there are funk rock, electronic music, baroque and even some fusion-ish jazz tracks!

If you want a taste of our album before downloading, here is a trailer:

You can vote for your favourite tracks with this poll: https://www.strawpoll.me/16414541

Project Director: Hashel https://www.youtube.com/c/Hashel
Artwork: OzoneOne & Mind Waker https://soundcloud.com/ozoneone & https://www.artstation.com/mind_waker
Album Mastering: Ro Panuganti https://www.youtube.com/user/Swiggles1987

Cool Links:

– Pixel Mixers FB https://www.facebook.com/PixelMixers/
– Pixel Mixers Twitter https://twitter.com/Pixel_Mixers
– Pixel Mixers Discord https://discord.gg/2YmK66G
VGcover Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/VGCovers/

Our 20 free VGM Tribute Albums: https://pixel-mixers.com/2018/04/08/pixel-mixers-albums-list/

Hope you’ll enjoy Scarlet Night!

Join our next projects: Shovel Knight, Donkey Kong Country, Indie Games Vol.2, Ecco the Dolphin, Zelda Wind Waker & Skyward Sword… And more by joining our Discord Server

Pixel Mixers in 21 days of Video Game Music (Part 2)

Last week we interviewed some Pixel Mixers who took part to #21daysofVGM challenge launched by Video Game Music Academy, but not all of them! For those who don’t know, the challenge consists in writing a short piece of music every day for 21 days in a row, in order to make composition part of the daily routine of a musician.

Like the last time, I invite you to press the “play” button here below to enjoy a selection of the entries during your reading!

Lord Bif is a veteran among Pixel Mixers, delving in rock, folk, jazz and wherever his moustache senses the rhythm. “It’s been a while that I wanted to compose more, to work on my skills, try new things, get new challenges. This #21Daysofvgm was the perfect occasion to do it steadily, forcing myself not to postpone it for tomorrow and break my procrastination side! I was surprised how some creativity came out of this challenge pretty easily. It gave me motivation, and this motivation built creativity. It allowed me to create things I didn’t think I would be capable of. So this, as well as self-confidence, was some of the greatest benefits in participating!”

Finding time was hard somedays, but that was the point: no excuse! It didn’t need to be a polished 5-minute song everyday. That leads to the other hardest part: saying “it’s done, lets’ put it online”, even if it was far from perfect. But it’s a skill to have too, and I’m glad this challenge forced me to do that.”

He leaves us with a final word of encouragement: “Composing is awesome. If you’re a musician, even if it’s just for yourself, for fun, try to compose things sometimes, it will make you do progress in so many ways!

Listen to Lord Bif’s entries

If you say Dewey Newt, you say groove. Despite not being on time for the official subscription, Dewey decided to throw his retro sounds in the ring and have everyone bob their head to them regardless.

“Joining the challenge was a spur of the moment decision: everybody in the Pixel Mixers Discord started posting their tracks, and it looked fun, so I joined in as well! It seems like I got just a general boost in skills (laughs). I feel like I’m a little better at coming up with an idea, a little better at taking what I hear in my head and writing it down, a little faster at producing a track. etc.. Just some overall really good practice!”

“The hardest part for me it was finding the time. I had to travel for my job for two weeks during the challenge, and that really limited how much time I could spend making something. Even with 20-30 minutes, some kind of musical idea was possible! Great job to everybody who participated, I’m glad I could join in on the fun!”

Listen to Dewey’s entries

Last, but hopefully not least, today is Danilo Ciaffi, who is totally not interviewing himself for this article. “I took on this challenge because I wanted to test the part of music making that is more of a craft than just ‘having the inspiration’. I also seized the occasion to explore as many genres as I could, which one does not always do when composing in the little time he has, and this was surely my favourite part. On the other hand this was also the hardest part, because usually composing something in a genre you are familiar with is much faster than coming up with something you’ve never tackled, but again, this was part of the fun! I also had the chance to confront myself with many other talented musicians, give and receive feedback and learning from my peers, which surely gave me much as a composer”.

Listen to Danilo’s entries

To conclude, the moral of the story confirms to be the same: even though finding the time is hard, composing is definitely a rewarding activity for any musician.

If you enjoyed what you heard, I suggest you check out the artists featured or any other artists who took part in the challenge: the amount of talent will surely surprise you!

 

Secret of Mana – Whispers from a Verdant Grove [Mini-Tribute Album]

It’s been a while since our last Mini-Album, but it’s time to release a new one!
And for that we decided to make a tribute to the iconic OST of Secret of Mana, that was remade (for the best and worst).
And so “Whispers from a Verdant Grove” was born!

You can download our album for free by clicking on this picture =>
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Or directly with this link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/u9279j7ujdtbdz4/Pixel+Mixers+-+Whispers+from+a+Verdant+Grove+%5BSecret+of+Mana%5D.zip

This Mini-Album features 14 songs from the soundtrack composed by Hiroki Hikuta for SquareSoft in 1993.
25 musicians worked on those rearrangements, the length of the album is a bit more than 49 minutes.

This is, I think, one of our most cohesive album since Huntress (our Metroid 2D Games Album), music style speaking, with a lot of acoustic instruments, like woodwinds or acoustic guitars, for the majority of the songs. And then a kind of old-school prog/fusion-ish feeling for the others.
Even if the few songs with a different style there is always a little something that feels like the songs go well together!

If you want a taste of our album before downloading, here is a trailer:

You can vote for your favourite tracks with this poll: https://www.strawpoll.me/16171790

And a huge THANK YOU to every one of you who downloaded this album 😀

Project Director: Hashel https://www.youtube.com/c/Hashel
Artwork: Mind Waker https://www.artstation.com/mind_waker
Album Mastering: Dacian Grada https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVDkhWI0arWWOzjKgVd3S2Q

Cool Links:

– Pixel Mixers FB https://www.facebook.com/PixelMixers/
– Pixel Mixers Twitter https://twitter.com/Pixel_Mixers
– Pixel Mixers Discord https://discord.gg/2YmK66G
Don’t hesitate to check our 18 previous free VGM Tribute Albums: https://pixel-mixers.com/2018/04/08/pixel-mixers-albums-list/

I hope you’ll like “Whispers from a Verdant Grove

Stay tuned for our next projects:
Castlevania Series Album (pre 1995 era)
Shovel Knight Mini-Album

 

Pixel Mixers in 21 days of Video Game Music (Part 1)

July 1st to 21st took place the #21daysofVGM challenge launched by Video Game Music Academy. The challenge consists in writing a short piece of music every day for 21 days in a row, in order to make composition part of the daily routine of a musician.

Some brave Pixel Mixers embarked upon this exciting adventure, so we decided to interview them. But first, why not pushing the “play” button here below to listen to a selection of the entries while reading about our members’ experience.

We asked our members what motivated them to take on the challenge, what they feel were the major benefits and difficulties.

The first to answer these questions was Dacian Grada, the highly prolific synth-metal cover artist on YouTube. “I’m not really used to composing original music, so this was the perfect opportunity to hone my skills.” he said, “The real benefit for me was the sense of accomplishment from doing a new original composition every day, often really different from the previous one, making me realize I can in fact do some original stuff if I put my mind into it. Coming up with original melodies was (and still is) the biggest challenge, i still need to learn how to properly do one, but I feel I’ve definitely improved with this!”. 

Listen to Dacian’s entries.

Mind Waker was already featured on this website, and didn’t disappoint in this challenge delivering as usual tracks of great variety“I just made it for the challenge, but I’m happy to have some ideas to work on later – there were few tunes I definitely want to polish to full songs. The hardest part later  on was just to come up with something interestinghe continues, “sometimes you just need to go with the uninspiring idea and work on it until it sounds interesting. The important part is just to finish and work on something and not to wait for the inspiration”.

Listen to Mind Waker’s entries

Relatively new in the Pixel Mixers community, Moonbike surely didn’t waste his chance to prove himself a skilled and eclectic composer.“I love participating in game jams, and I love composing original video game songs. It’s hard to finish these pieces sometimes, especially under tight deadlines, so I thought this challenge would be a great way to practice completing songs in a timely manner and build the habit of composing every day. This challenge also pushed me to grow as a composer and expand my repertoire of techniques – which is invaluable – and introduced me to many other talented composers! […] The hardest part was finding the time to work on a new piece every day. It was a time sink, and often took hours out of my day when I had other things to do. Sharing my completed tracks with other participants definitely motivated me to keep going.”. 

Listen to Moonbike’s entries.

As the name suggests, Piano Game Knight is a pure pianist, mostly known for his Chrono Cross piano covers. He told us of his experience in the challenge too: “I mainly wanted to level up my piano improv skills by composing ideas from my head to the piano based on the prompts/challenges given to myself. Also to get out of my comfort zone by challenging myself to create something daily and sticking to that schedule to the end even if I’m busy with life and work. The biggest benefit for me, in the end, was having 21 ideas that we could build upon in the future for ourselves and maybe make an album! Also it was nice to see different people’s approaches to the challenge”.

Listen to Piano Game Knight’s entries.

Despite different motivations and obstacles, all these musicians agree on one thing: composing everyday is challenging, but a great learning experience, especially in a context like the #21daysofVGM, where plenty of people make this together and provide feedback and encouragement each other.

P.S. If you listened carefully to the playlist in the beginning, you have heard tracks from artists not in this list. Did we interview them? Stay tuned to find out!

Aliased Road by Alek Fleischer [EP]

aliased_road_coverbanner.jpgThose who follow Pixel Mixers are surely familiar with Alek Fleischer‘s glitchy, granulous, intricately textured synth sounds and ambiences. Well, he just released his EP “Aliased Road”, where he surely delivers the electronic goodness you’d expect from him.

I live in Washington and I’m 18 years old, but I was born in Oregon and have been making electronic music in some capacity since I was only nine. (It understandably didn’t sound that good at the time). I think a lot of Pixel Mixers started with covers right off the bat and are only recently branching out into originals, but I went through the opposite process. Generally I see original music as my main musical focus and VGM covers as a side gig (albeit a very rewarding one!), so I’m excited to share it here.

I’ve done a couple tiny game soundtracks (including for my own solo development). These include “Quality Television”, an absurd puzzle game I made about hypnotizing guards with a TV, and “OVERFOWL”, an action-focused jam game by a collaborator about overflowing your stats. Early on, I spent a lot of time making bizarre little demos. You can find some of these in an earlier album, “Vertical Slice”. It only covers a fraction of that; you’ll likely see more of it in future releases. But over time, I’ve become a lot more focused and consistently happy with my production. These abandoned tracks become less and less common the more recent in the project file list you look.

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That progression culminates in “Aliased Road”which is entirely comprised of tracks made this year for specifically this purpose. It’s a glitchy synthwave EP. Even though it’s a short album, I tried to take the listener on a journey. It opens with a banger, but that first track unexpectedly ends with breaking down into glitchy breakbeats. The album gets wilder as it goes, and was a lot of fun to experiment with! That first track’s followed by pseudo-ambient pieces with modular percussion, melodies made from glitch sounds, and intense tracks reminiscent of French EDM. But however weird it gets, it never loses sight of its synthwave roots. I hope you enjoy it!

~Alek Fleischer~

You can listen to “Aliased Road” on Spotify or purchase it on Bandcamp or iTunes.

Alek’s Social Media:

Pixel Mixers FAQ

Pixel Mixers in general:

– What gear or equipment do I need to make covers for Pixel Mixers?

All you need is something that allows you to record yourself with a decent sound quality, could be guitar interface, midi controller, mics… Or you can directly write midi into your DAW. Speaking of DAWs it’s what you need to “mix” your songs, the most used within PM community is Reaper for its free demo (or affordable full version) and user-friendly interface

– Does Pixel Mixers accept donations?

For now we haven’t set any donation system. The only costs for PM are the annual €99 for the wordpress premium account. For now the best you can do to help is to share our albums or website around you and make Pixel Mixers known.

– What makes this community different from others such as OCRemix, Materia Collective, etc..?

First of all, we make free albums, like OCR but unlike Materia Collective or GamelarkRemixes. Which also means we do not license our albums.
We are still new and we do not have the reputation of OCR or Materia Collective that benefits from a great number of active and “famous” members.
We also try to stay “beginner friendly” and help new members to learn to improve their mix and arrangements.
Finally we do organize monthly VGM contests where the people who might “not be ready for albums yet” can practice and improve and benefit from feedback from the other contestants.

Pixel Mixers Discord Server:

– What are the benefits of joining the Pixel Mixers Discord server?

The Discord server is the heart of PM’s community life. We use Discord to talk together, organize albums, discuss contests and covers, look for collab partners, and determine future projects with polls. So if you want to be at the core of what Pixel Mixers is, if you want your opinion to be heard, meet other people sharing the same passion and keep track of all the projects, that’s the place to be!

– What’s the best way to stay informed about Pixel Mixers albums and projects?

Join the Discord server and keep an eye to the #announcements room for all official news! We also have other places worth checking like this website, the Facebook, the Twitter, the Youtube Channel and the VGCover Subreddit.

– How do roles work, what are their purpose?

There are 2 kind of roles, the ones you can’t assign to yourself such as:

– Pixel Mixers: you’ll get this role after engaging a bit with the community (usually between 80 and 100 messages). This role will give you a custom colour based on your “instrument role” (see bellow) and access to post in the #shareyourcovers room on Discord.

Quality Control Team: This team checks the quality of songs destined to be on PM albums and provides feedback and tips for improvement.
Only mods and admins can give this role. QCT members are volunteers who greatly help the community, anyone can volunteers as long as you have experience in mixing.

Mods: they are the Pixel Mixers staff, they moderate the Discord and have some roles in the community life, like organizing contests, mastering the albums, making articles for the website, setting the Discord or the bot, finding ideas to improve the community life and PM in general, promote the albums, promote Pixel Mixers

The second kind of roles are self-assignable roles that will represent the instruments you play or your skills. To do that go in the #beep-boop” room on Discord and write .iam X. You can replace the “X” by those roles:
– Strings
– Brass
– Drums
– Vocals
– Keys
– Woodwinds
– Other
– Bass
– Guitar

The higher up the role is in the sidebar, the rarer it is within the community. For example, we have fewer strings players and more guitar players.
Your custom colour will be based on the rarest of your assigned roles.

There are 2 other self assignable roles:
Artist: If you draw, paint, or make visual art. Visual artists are essential for our album artwork!
Composers: if you compose original music, vgm inspired or not.

Pixel Mixers Albums organization:

– How can I be on a Pixel Mixers album?

For that you have to keep an eye on what’s happening in the PM community life, either on Discord, VGCover Reddit or our social media. There will be announcements of the next projects to come and other announcements when those projects start.
From then, just follow the guideline in the project announcement to join in.

– What is the difference between a mini-album and album?

Mini-Albums have a track limitation, the number of songs on those albums must be between 7 (minimum) and 15 (maximum). The goal of the mini-albums are to focus on lesser known games/series or shorter OSTs. You can only make one song for those.

Normal-Albums do not have any track limitation (except the actual number of songs in the OST, as we do not want duplicates) and you can make 1, 2 or even 3 songs for those.

There is a 3rd kind of album: the Full-OST-Albums. There are rare because we cover every song from the OST. These are more difficult to organize for our smaller community,

– Can I make games/themes suggestions for the next Pixel Mixers albums?

Yes! Usually when we start the making of an album, we will elect the theme of the project that will come after. First, we take a day or so to let people make themes/games/series suggestions, we collect them and put them into a large poll.
This poll will be shared inside and outside the community for the Normal-Albums, but only inside for the Mini-Albums. After few days, we’ll keep the top 5 of the huge poll and make a final poll that we’ll only share within the Discord. After few days, the suggestion with the most votes wins!

– How many songs can I submit for a Pixel Mixers album?

For the “Normal-Albums“, once the “V1” of the mix of your 1st song is sent to QCT you can claim an other song, as long as this song was not claimed by someone else. The maximum is 3 songs per main arranger. However you can be a “guest” on other people’s songs as much as you want!
For the “Mini-Albums” you can only do one song, but you still can be a “guest” on as many other songs as you want.

– Can I sell the covers I specifically did for a Pixel Mixers album?

Yes, you can sell that cover on a personal album or as a single track as long as, when you share it, you highlight the fact that the song was made for a PM Album and that it’s available for free + link to the PM album itself.
It must be clear and visible, so don’t hide it at the bottom of your video description!

– Can I use a song I made for a Pixel Mixers album in another community album?

No, this is strictly forbidden and can cause a temporary ban from any PM project for a significant amount of time.
However, using songs you did for PM in your own “compilation” album is totally fine, as long as it’s not labelled by another community.

 Pixel Mixers Albums hosting:

– Why not use Bandcamp for Pixel Mixers Albums?

As you know, Pixel Mixers does free VGM Tribute Albums, we do not sell. The problem with Bandcamp is that the number of free downloads is really limited, even more so with a free account. We would likely reach that limit in less than one day after the release of a new album. And so, people would be forced to pay to download our Albums and we do not want that.

– Why does Pixel Mixers use Mediafire for hosting its albums?

Because, so far, Mediafire is the only website that have those following qualities:
completely free to use, unlimited free downloads, viewable download stats, ability to edit a file while keeping the same link, no file size restriction and storage restriction of 51GB (which is more than enough for our needs).

– Aren’t Mediafire links dangerous for my computer?

No, as long as the file is safe there is no danger at all. And we can guarantee you that we take great care of our album files and that since we started in early 2016 there was not a single complaint about our albums being corrupted or having viruses.

XenoGears – Shattered Memories [Tribute Album]

My dear friends, it’s time to release our newest project: “Shattered Memories” a tribute album to XenoGears music!
We made this tribute album to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the game, release in February 1998. We gathered more than 60 musicians and re-arranged 36 tracks from the OST!
You can download our album for free by clicking on this picture =>

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Or directly with this link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/ukgcaijuhbms49f/Pixel+Mixers+-+Shattered+Memories+%5BXenoGears%5D.zip

The soundtrack was composed by Yasunori Mitsuda, the famous composer of Chrono Trigger & Chrono Cross. If XenoGears still has some of his musical signature, the global mood is more serious and dark than CT&CC, due to the main themes of game, being really mature.
The Length of this album is almost 2 hours and 20 minutes, we covered most of the tracks from the OST (36) and tried to give a new “life” to those VGM gems!
Once again we tried to bring as much as variety as possible, with: prog rock, metal, classical, jazz, folk, Celtic rock, fusion, EDM and more!
If you want a taste of our album before downloading, here is a trailer:

And a huge THANK YOU to every one of you who downloaded this album 😀

Project Director: Hashel https://www.youtube.com/c/Hashel
Artwork Main Design: Michael Walker https://twitter.com/Solgabane?s=09
Artwork: Mind Waker https://www.artstation.com/mind_waker
Album Mastering: Ro Panuganti https://www.youtube.com/user/Swiggles1987

If you want to follow our future projects (Secret of Mana, Castlevania, Shovel Knight, Donkey Kong Country, Indie Games Vol. 2…) or even join them as a musician here are some nice places for you:
– Pixel Mixers Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/VGCovers/
– Pixel Mixers FB https://www.facebook.com/PixelMixers/
– Pixel Mixers Twitter https://twitter.com/Pixel_Mixers
– Pixel Mixers Discord https://discord.gg/2YmK66G

Now some polls to elect your favourite songs per disk 😉
– Disc 1: Alpha => https://www.strawpoll.me/15999680
– Disc 2: Omega => https://www.strawpoll.me/15999705

Hope you guys will enjoy our XenoGears album 😀
Don’t hesitate to check all of our other albums: https://pixel-mixers.com/2018/04/08/pixel-mixers-albums-list/

 

FINAL FANTASY VI – WORLD’S REQUIEM [TRIBUTE ALBUM]

Hey guys, I have the pleasure to present our brand new project:
Final Fantasy VI – World’s Requiem.
This is a Tribute Album to FFVI Music, featuring all the songs from the Original Soundtracks, rearranged and interpreted by 71 musicians from the Pixel Mixers Community!
58 songs, for 3h 25min of free music!

You can download our album for free by clicking on this picture =>

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Or directly with this link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/9t93furgsrtrkua/Pixel+Mixers+-+World%27s+Requiem+%5BFinal+Fantasy+VI%5D.zip

We do not own any of those songs, they were all composed by Nobuo Uematsu for Final Fantasy VI OST, published by SquareSoft in 1994 for the SNES.

This album features 3 “discs” called “Esper“, “Super Sanity” and “World’s Requiem“.
We decided to share the songs in a way to create some “narrative arcs” between the songs, so the order is different from the OST.

This is our best album in term of production, the making took us 9 months but i think the final result was worth the wait! I really hope you will also enjoy this album!
The is a huge variety of music styles, from Orchestral, to EDM, Metal, Jazz, Acoustic
Some arrangement are close to the original product, others took a lot of freedom and tried to bring the songs somewhere else, hope you’ll appreciate this kind of variety =)

If you want a taste of our album before downloading, here is a trailer:

And a huge THANK YOU to every one one of you who downloaded this album 😀

Project Director: Hashel https://www.youtube.com/c/hashel
Artworks & Trailer: Mind Waker https://www.artstation.com/mind_waker
– Album Mastering: Ro Panuganti https://www.youtube.com/user/Swiggles1987

If you want to follow our future projects or even join them as a musician here are some nice places for you:
– Pixel Mixers Reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/VGCovers/
– Pixel Mixers Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PixelMixers/
– Pixel Mixers Twitter https://twitter.com/Pixel_Mixers
– Pixel Mixers Discord https://discord.gg/2YmK66G

Now some polls to elect your favourite songs disc per disc 😉
– Disc 1: Esper https://www.strawpoll.me/15619323
– Disc 2: Super Sanity https://www.strawpoll.me/15619331
– Disc 3: World’s Requiem https://www.strawpoll.me/15619351

Hope you guys will enjoy our Final Fantasy VI album 😀
Don’t hesitate to check all of our other albums: https://pixel-mixers.com/2018/04/08/pixel-mixers-albums-list/