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  1. Debuted this arrangement back on 9/30 with my jazz/VGM group, The Hard Modes (I'm playing sax). I counted it in a hair too fast and ultimately rushed the melody--the groove definitely could have benefitted from us laying back a bit more. My excuse is going to be that this was the second-to-last tune of the show and I was amped up from how the night had gone to that point Also, fun fact: the groove was influenced by Bernard Purdie's work on Steely Dan's Home at Last. If you'd like to read more about the project as a whole you can also check out my website. Thanks for listening!
  2. Hi all, Would love some feedback on this please! I posted a real early version of this a couple of years ago and never really worked on it much more afterwards. Came back to it a couple of weeks ago and have made a few changes to both the arrangement and instrumentation. Could certainly do with some more work on the mixing side of things but feel its really starting to take shape musically. Oh, and for you FFVII fans, there are a few musical/SFX references dotted about the piece See if you can spot them all! Some are easier to hear than others. (Of course, the original SFX and vocal samples would be removed from the final edit should I ever submit this!)
  3. This is a rock arrangement that I created of FFVII's "Let the Battles Begin!", more commonly known as "Those Who Fight" or "Fighting". I used Logic Pro 9, a Sterling JP70 7-string guitar, Guitar Rig 5, and a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4. There are eight instruments; electric guitar, electric bass, drums, rock organ, grand piano, violin, trombone, and a synth lead. Everything beside the electric guitar is programmed. Hope you enjoy, and tell me what you think!
  4. Hello! I want to share a remake (homemade by me) of this beautiful song from FF7.I hope you'll like it! Thanks for listening! FF7 Cosmo Canyon Remix
  5. Hey! I've been trying to learn more about the overall process of recording, EQ'ing, mixing, using virtual instruments and mastering. Still very amateurish but I thought I'd share and see what advice people might have and hope they enjoy. For this track I was going for something a little more moody than the original, which can be found here. Youtube: SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/logan-r-dowell/on-the-other-side-of-the-mountain
  6. Hope everyone can enjoy this! We've been wanting to tribute not just this game, but many from the same generation (1995-2000). Please check out our album for more pieces at http://legacy-sessions.com A Tribute to Final Fantasy VII (Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5): Arrangement by Casey Ormond (official FFXII Piano Collections, Valkyria Chronicles Piano Pieces) Co-created by Demetri Potiris (production co-ordinator for Valkyria Chronicles, Tekken 6, Tactics Ogre remake live recordings, as well as Casey's albums) Any questions or comments you have are most welcome! Demetri will answer any production questions, Casey will answer any arrangement questions.