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What music would you make a player/enemy phase?

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Grab a song and turn it into an enemy phase song. Not by actually doing so but by saying what or how you would change the song.

I'll start 

I edit this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quxTnEEETbo

And make the tempo slower, add some drums and remove the sillier parts.

It's vague but intentionally so lel

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Would it be acceptable to just reuse the phase transitions from Path of Radiance? I really like those.

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Quite the intriguing topic!

Rondo Alla Turca is certainly an interesting choice,
I can definitely picture being used it in an elegant manor with a equally elegant villain making you dance (fight) to his tune (battle tactics).


Two tracks came to mind thus far.
Pachelbel's Ciacona in f minor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDdRD6Gi4rQ
This performance specifically, the organ used has a particular tone that makes some notes sound off, and yet at the same time it also makes it all the more emotionally chaotic.
I can picture being used in a similar way as "Don't speak her name!", though in that case both phases would use the same track...
(The enemy phase could have more off-ish notes... just don't want to upset the balance too much.)

My other choice:
Professor Layton: Last Specter: Final Battle:  https://youtu.be/IJ_xkONg5ek
It's already well set up for the player phase,
but for the enemy phase: I'd try removing the all the strings expect for the contrabass,
which in theory would sap pretty much all the hopeful/positive energy out of it and leave just the sense of direness and impending danger.
Then maybe I'd have something play main melody, but only just parts of it now and then, never fully leading to that hopeful and determined musical phrase.

 

Edited by Puzzle044

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I'd take Beauchamp's "60 Second Countdown 3/3" and make no changes.

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