(in case you don't know this site and randomly found this page, Grospixels is a french retro-gaming website, and you are on the only english-translated part of the site)
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This page contains video-game music remixes (covers) that we arranged and recorded at home, focusing on live-played electric guitars and rock sounds.
Musicians are :
- Maxime Noël (bass)
- Laurent Roucairol (guitar, bass, arrangements, production)
- Olivier Tamagna (guitar, basse, arrangements, production)
- Jean-Christian Verdez (keyboards, arrangements, production)
This project started in 2003, wich makes Grospixels one of the oldest teams on the video game remix scene.
Files are in the mp3 format, and gathered in CD-length compilations. We also provide two different CD-cover per compilation, also made by Grospixels team members. Most recent remixes are located in the upper part of the page. Gromixes are uploaded in mp3, 128kbps, 192kbps or 320kbps.
All those remixes are free, please tell your friends about them. On the oldest songs the production is quite weak due to the quality of the home-studio equipment available at that time. But on recent songs, it gets better and better.
You can also visit our Youtube channel :
Or our Bandcamp page where you can download the songs in any format including lossless ones :
And our SoundCloud :
Check out our remixes Facebook page :
Number of remixes on this page : 
Gromix EP #04
This EP's topic is not clearly defined yet. For the moment, the aim is to record keyboards-orientated songs and to have those played and arranged by JC. That will be a change from our usual songs wich mainly feature electric guitars.
Running time : 4'18"
Tracks : 1
Arranged & Performed :
April 2020 to April 2020
Gromix EP#3 - A Tribute To U.N. Squadron
This entire album is dedicated to the classic 1989 shooter created by Capcom with musics composed by Manami Matsumae (arcade version) and Mari Yamaguchi / Yoshihiro Sakaguchi (SNES port). Themes from the original arcade game and the SNES port are covered.
Gromix EP #02 : Revisited songs
Our present recordings have a much better sound than some of the oldest ones due to the (good) home studio hardware and software being much more affordable these days. Having considered this fact, we decided to make a short series of songs we've already covered in the first three albums. Apart from some solos, everything have been re-recorded and the songs are now a bit longer.
Gromix Collection #07
Songs made from january 2018 to november 2019. The themes and games covered are more japanese than usual (8 tracks out of 12). The mixing and production are strongly influenced by early seventies rock albums.
Gromix EP #01 : C64 songs
This album starts a new album series : compilations of limited length (about 30mn) where all the songs are chosen for the same reason. For this first EP, the topic is the Commodore 64. The games and musics featured here are not necessarily exclusive to this computer, but each song is based upon the SID version of the original theme.
Gromix Collection #06
Recordings made from january 2015 to november 2017. This compilation approaches the music of some very recent games, but retro-gamers can be assured that the 8-bits and 16-bits era are also well documented here with a lot of japanese and occidental titles.
Gromix Collection #05
The songs in this collection have been recorded by Laurent as a solo project, playing bass, guitars, and producing. Not the whole team. Everything's been done at a fast pace, in less than six month, early 2015. These are guitar-only arrangements. The sounds and mixing or mastering parameters are the same on every song to make the album more cohesive.
Gromix Collection #04
The team now uses a wide-spread home studio setup. Songs were produced over a very long period, they are better mixed and the mastering allows a louder volume. Apart from the drums, everything is played live, including bass guitar on some songs since Wild_Cat joined in.
Gromix Collection #03
This is the last compilation made with the original home studio setup, wich is pushed to its limits. It's also more of a collaborative work between members of the team.
Gromix Collection #02
Here, the songs are produced the same way as in the first compilation, but less rushed. JC's arrival allows some live-played keyboard parts, and Laurent is more present on guitar.
Gromix Collection #01
This compilation regroups our very first recordings, made between 1999 and 2003, sometimes very quickly, with a very limited mixing setup. Drums and keyboards are programmed, but guitars are played live. The songs mainly feature Ozzy.