Heh, I don't have much context about the whole controversy surrounding the original song, but I must say, that ORG remix sounds a lot smoother than the song you linked to, so I like it.
I tried playing that ORG in the plugin, but for some reason it wasn't working, so I had to download the ORG and play it locally in ORGMaker. Not bad for an original composition. It has somewhat of a familiar sound to Toroko's theme, but with a bit less of a "playful and innocent" feel to it, which is kind of more fitting for Sue's character, which I guess I kind of project onto Su from the beta concept art. The tune also sounds believably like "Cave Story music" in a way.
Here's some originals I haven't posted here. Some are recent, one is not as recent. Overlay, Rupert's Day, and Hidef were all written on guitar first before I transcribed the parts I needed by ear into orgmaker. HERE <--- is also a collection of my personal favorite originals I've made over the years and all the covers that I can identify with proper naming. Incomplete tracks should be named accordingly. These are free to be used as a resource for modders in need of ORGs, as long as credit is given.
Theme of the Valley of Ivory Sands - Chromatic Shift https://doukutsuclub.knack.com/database#my-mods/mod-details/6324197703204900215c4e73/
Time Taken: ~2.5 hours
Description: Organya demake of Ascension (Valley of Ivory Dust) from Chromatic Shift - me, Infinityβ and GalacticSilver's Modfest 32 submission
Made with the same org waves as the original, minus the LFO vibrato and wave-shapers
I fell a bit behind on this, but got some time this morning to catch up on these compositions!
Kind of soft, "pressing onward" kind of tone
Felt a bit choppy at the beginning, but is decent afterward, and gets kind of interesting.
Got my attention right off the bat. Had a nice satisfying tone that I could picture during the finishing credits of a game.
I like it, this can fit in a variety of different scenarios, and you make an interesting use of some of those lesser used drum tracks.
Aqua, I always love hearing your music! The different tracks all blend in so nicely. Sounds a little bit better in its original form, but the ORG format still carries a good mystical feel to it.