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Street Fighter Devotion interviews the OC ReMix team

Posted by Jon 'Catalyst' Grey • December 18, 2008 at 2:50 p.m. PST • Comments: 0
Street Fighter Devotion interviews the OC ReMix team OverClocked ReMix, the guys behind Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HDR's soundtrack, covered how they ended up working with Capcom during an interview on Street Fighter Devotion.


Sounds like a lot of blood, sweat and tears went into this project. Certainly worth checking out. Here's a clip.
SFD: How did the collaboration begin with Capcom to use these tunes for the new Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix game?

SHAEL: So, Blood on the Asphalt was released in 2006, and then in 2007 I got an email from Rey Jimenez, an associate producer at Capcom, with “Blood on the Asphalt” in the subject field. He started the email with "Don't worry. This isn't a cease and desist," and went on to explain that Capcom enjoyed the album, and had been playing it in their booths at trade shows. Working under the assumption that Malcos (Stephen Malcom-Howell), who helped me direct the album, and I had done all of the music ourselves, Rey asked if we'd be willing to let them use it in HD Remix, and if we'd be willing to make some modifications in instances where they thought a track needed to be changed.
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