A Kwakfest was held on April 8th. I participated, along with 11 others. The .zip isn’t very large so here’s a link:http://kwakfest.vgmix.com/kwakfest_2006-04-08.zip Kwakfests, or Kwaks for short, are MIDI OHCs [one hour compos] which means: a one hour competition where you must write anything in midi format. A theme is given, though it is only […]
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VGmix may be down but our spirit is not :). I started up a thread over at the temp forums that encourages all to design thier own take on how they’d create the new title page/ logo for VG mix 3.0 :)! To my suprize, it’s getting some feedback and I just thought I’d spread […]
StarBLaSt has a new song up over at VGMix called Black Wind Rising. It’s an excellent electro/orchestral mix of the Magus theme(s) from Chrono Trigger, and it needs some of your love. Check it out here. -sz
Rexy has recently added her VGMix spotlight for the week of December 3rd through the 9th. This spotlight features arists such as SecondChance, debeerguy, Spacepony and more.
Matt “Richter” Hackett, project director of Hedgehog Heaven and OverLooked ReMiX judge, joined the VGMix staff as a site developer earlier this week. Richter will be responsible for various website troubleshooting and the development of new features, essentially replacing longtime VGMix programmer Chad “deim0s” Birch. virt also announced that additional staff may be taken on […]
This new weekly article will basically see me diving into the new releases over at VGMix and pimp out the freshest and strongest mixes within the site’s many submissions. This week we have a polished selection to look into, including new material from Vurez, Mythril Nazgul and Eric Barker among others. VGMix’s community has been growing […]
“Hello, VGMixers! “We have totally revamped the front page news display into an actual news system. You are now able to comment on updates, and quite a few users will be given the ability to post news articles to the front page (under the Admins’ guidance, of course) — Turning this effectively into a pseudo-weblog. […]