Adam Baboolal wrote:
the IABD one made by Serry(?)
Sergey = DJ Koma, I believe. The backing synth track is by Ross Robertson = Floss.
The M. Bublitz track I re-rapidshared came out of a mailing list of fanmixes I was a part of almost ten years ago.
dobo -- I realize this was a bit of fun, and you've asked for advice. As I said before, there's a huge difference between what Queen would compose for their intros and a real "remix" -- the closest they ever came to that was the "Machines" intro. If you're content with composing an intro medley, you should keep a few things in mind:
1) Start out ethereal, add a beat the audience can clap to, and end on a drawn-out note from which the first song can start. I believe you got this one just fine.
2) Give each clip near-equal time. There's too much Flash here, and what's interesting is that the Flash beat will fit under almost anything, and you haven't used that.
3) If you're going to overlay clips, like you did with Flash and Brian's guitar solo, feel free to alter one or the other to make them fit seamlessly. I had some trouble with my recent "Furia the Deep" on this count, so I'll grant it isn't easy and takes lots of time.
Ok so #3 applies to any remix really. Hopefully this is the helpful advice you were looking for!