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Old 17-11-19, 21:18   #21
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Better late than never, but ya'll wrong. According to Pandora, it's The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. They issued a CD Compilation called; 'The Tomb Raider Suite' -2017. Should have known. No expense soared for our beloved Lara!
Nathan McCree composed Venice Violins himself in 1997. He even acknowledged this in an interview IIRC. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra remastered the soundtrack under the name ‘The Tomb Raider Suite’, with McCree still being in the picture...
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Old 18-11-19, 05:25   #22
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Well that's misleading. When you're right, you're right. Good job. Working on Shadow right now. Amazing how far they've come.
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Old 19-11-19, 07:16   #23
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Nathan McCree composed Venice Violins himself in 1997. He even acknowledged this in an interview IIRC. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra remastered the soundtrack under the name ‘The Tomb Raider Suite’, with McCree still being in the picture...
The correct term would be 're-recorded'. If it's a remaster it's using the same elements as the original recordings (synth recordings, in this case) but mastered in a new way.
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Old 20-11-19, 19:22   #24
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You know that meme; can I copy your homework? Ok, but change it so the teacher doesn't notice..?

This is Vivaldi - Four Seasons (Winter):

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TZCfydWF48c
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Old 20-11-19, 20:05   #25
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You know that meme; can I copy your homework? Ok, but change it so the teacher doesn't notice..?

This is Vivaldi - Four Seasons (Winter):

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TZCfydWF48c
The main ostinato of Venice Violins is the same as The T-Rex played in major. I can hear influences for sure, but it's hardly a case of 'copying someone else's composition then changing it a little'.
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The correct term would be 're-recorded'. If it's a remaster it's using the same elements as the original recordings (synth recordings, in this case) but mixed in a new way.
You're actually misusing the term remaster as well. While you're correct that it would include using the original recording it doesn't include mixing the parts differently. What you're referring to is actually remixing. Remastering involves going to the original mix and mastering it again. Which normally includes adjusting the EQ and compression.
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You're actually misusing the term remaster as well. While you're correct that it would include using the original recording it doesn't include mixing the parts differently. What you're referring to is actually remixing. Remastering involves going to the original mix and mastering it again. Which normally includes adjusting the EQ and compression.
My mistake I'm my defence, I had barely woken up when I wrote that.
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