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  1. FF7 Battle theme music remake (Originally composed by Nobuo Uematsu) Reorchestrated by me on Fl studio 12 DAW Mixed and mastered by Mathew Wallace Mail: Mathew_wallace@hotmail.it I'll love to receive your feedback! Thanks and enjoy.
  2. Hey everyone ! Here's my cover of Town Theme from the first Final Fantasy. Enjoy ! =)
  3. HI. It been a long time since I haven't post something. I make this little track for pixel mixers album final Fantasy 1 (https://pixel-mixers.com/2017/01/28/final-fantasy-i-the-legacy/) Enjoy this little track.
  4. ReMix I did for the FF3 project. Featuring mah bois @Tuberz McGee (guitars) & @Furilas (bass), thanks again guys! Enjoy!
  5. Hey all! I just finished a Final Fantasy XV I made in a trailer-ish orchestral style with FL Studio. Do you think this could work for OCR? Or is it too similar to the original?? Also, would love to hear what you guys think are the things I could've done better, if you have the time for some open feedback/criticism! Link to the remix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUPrIpSGsgc Link to the original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgCJel3WLkg
  6. Hey everyone, I recently decided to try to mash two Final Fantasy songs into one, cause I just thought it might end up cool. I'd be happy to hear any thoughts or feedback on it.
  7. Remix of Besaid Island from Final Fantasy X. Source track: All criticism is welcome.
  8. Hey all, First time posting here. I wanted to share a remix I made of Anxious Hearts off the Final Fantasy VII OST. I've been listening to these remixes for years and finally am able to help contribute! You can check it out here: Also made a 'music video' on YouTube which you can find here:
  9. Remix of the Final Fantasy Prelude/Prologue themes https://www.dropbox.com/s/rykh8wk0o3dj4ww/Hydaelyn.mp3?dl=0 Prelude Prologue
  10. Hello to OCREMIX Community. This is Marcel Gherman alias Megatone, a musician and prose writer. I wish to present you my album Realms of The Cosmic Tree, in the style of old school Japanese fantasy RPG games. The album is inspired by my science-fiction modular novel Multiverse and my cycle of fantasy prose Chroinicles of Pandava. Last track on the album is a short fragment from an audiobook based on my fantasy story The Path to Avalonia. Enjoy! https://archive.org/details/arboruniversalis
  11. Hi everyone, It's nice to be a part of the forums! My friend and I started our youtube channel a while back (~3 years ago) and after going on a hiatus, we've decided to come back with a vengeance. This past week, we posted 3 stockpiled songs, along with 2 brand new ones. On top of that, we set up a soundcloud account and made our covers downloadable on there. Here is a link to the most recent song, Cid's Theme from Final Fantasy VII: We've got 12 covers up at this point. I think that our work has been steadily improving in quality, and one of these days we'll certainly be submitting a cover to OCRemix in hopes to make it on to the roster! I feel that our Stickerbush Symphony and Cid's Theme are getting pretty close to the minimum point of quality that we want to meet before submitting. At any rate, I hope that some of you find pleasure in listening to our covers, we look to be posting a new one every Monday (known as Clangemonday). Looking forward to hearing from you guys Thanks and <3 to you all, Clangemonium
  12. I've made a series of songs here over the last month. I'm wondering if any of these songs need improvement or not. These were made for a video game in mind. Here are three main 4 main tracks Truelyeh https://soundcloud.com/getjiggywithit-2/trulyeh?in=getjiggywithit-2/sets/video-game-sound-track-free Strange Encounter https://soundcloud.com/getjiggywithit-2/sets/video-game-sound-track-free Title Screen https://soundcloud.com/getjiggywithit-2/titel-screen?in=getjiggywithit-2/sets/video-game-sound-track-free And here are some miscellaneous songs like for events Select Game Loading https://soundcloud.com/getjiggywithit-2/loading-screen?in=getjiggywithit-2/sets/video-game-sound-track-free Close to Danger https://soundcloud.com/getjiggywithit-2/close-to-danger?in=getjiggywithit-2/sets/video-game-sound-track-free You Dead Sucker https://soundcloud.com/getjiggywithit-2/you-dead-sucker?in=getjiggywithit-2/sets/video-game-sound-track-free
  13. As iconic as the Final Fantasy series soundtrack is, I've always made the argument that its hard to judge if you've played the games because you have to ask yourself; "Was this song REALLY that good or was it the associated emotion from the games plot that makes me like it?" The soundtrack is also highly derivative. Jenova's theme "J-E-N-O-V-A" from Final Fantasy VII is clearly, at the very least, "inspired" by the ending theme to the film "Blade Runner", which was scored by Vangelis. The motiv from Sepiroth's theme "Those Chosen By The Planet" sounds eerily similar to parts of "Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary" (a synthesizer version was used as the intro to Stanley Kubrick's film adaptation of "A Clockwork Orange") And now I think I've found yet another one: I know the intro in this song is almost identical to a final fantasy song, but I don't remember which song or game. Anyone have a clue?
  14. First of all, GREAT JOB GUYS!! Keep it up, I can't wait to listen to the finished product! I think that Final Fantasy VIII has some of the best music since VI and VII. Any word when 8 will get the OCRemix treatment? How about FF3? Or 10? They have great soundtracks, all done by the genius Nobuo Uematsu! Can't wait for the full realization of the FFV collection!
  15. This song is sampled from the score Attack from Final Fantasy X. Made in FL Studio, Utilizes two pianos, two synth from Sytrus, and a standard drumset with an 808. Also has a few delays and reverbs. Not really sure how to describe the sound or genre I guess a blend of pop and hip hop. Feedback and criticism as usual are always welcome. Thanks for listening. Hope you enjoy. Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_o4pETAzW4 My Mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knssyMY0HAk
  16. Let's take a seat, children, and discuss the severe lack of FFXIV music on OCRemix.org Now, some will argue "90% of the music from this game is just remixed versions of previous games", to which I would say "Well what about the 10% that isn't?" Personally, I'd like to see some alternate takes on the different Primal Battles. Shiva with pixietricks? Yes please. Titan ala NekoFrog? Take my money! Answers Dragonsong War Any of the specific dungeon themes, as there's generally FOUR songs per dungeon (Background music, Background music during a fight, first and second Bosses, and the final boss), are also perfect for arrangements. Playing around with different dungeon's music and arranging them would be really neat to hear.) There's plenty of opportunities for really interesting and great arrangements in this game, and it makes me kinda sad that no one has jumped on it in the years the game has been out. And new music is added every three months! It's ever expanding!
  17. Final Fantasy fans! Check out the EDM remix to the Chocobo song! Rave!! Hope you enjoy! ORIGINAL: MY VERSION:
  18. I'd like to introduce everyone to our new album Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5, a new album featuring classic melodies from the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation era, arranged and performed live by professional studio musicians. Please see the info below, and if you like the album please help spread the word because we'd like to make more of these from other gaming generations! Follow Legacy Sessions on Twitter and Facebook, and visit the official website for future announcements and music video releases. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lead arranger Casey Ormond--best known for his arrangements and performances on Piano Collections: Final Fantasy XII and Valkyria Chronicles Piano Pieces--leads a team of talented arrangers and musicians as they revisit several of the most memorable melodies from the 32-bit era including tributes to Final Fantasy VII, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Super Mario 64, and more. The album is fully licensed and available now for $12 via Loudr: Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5 on Loudr The album is additionally available from iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. The full track list for Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5: 01. Final Fantasy VII 02. The Curse of Monkey Island & Grim Fandango 03. Super Mario 64 & The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 04. Pokémon (Blue, Red, Yellow) 05. Super Mario 64 06. Chrono Cross 07. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night 08. Silent Hill 09. Final Fantasy Tactics 10. Final Fantasy IX 11. Metal Gear Solid 12. Grandia (ft. With Ether) "My goal as an arranger is to do more than just stir up nostalgia," reflects lead arranger Casey Ormond. "Instead, I focus on experimenting with and combining iconic themes to spark the listeners' imagination, creating new thematic and musical narratives. This is a method that I have refined through my piano works--Piano Collections FINAL FANTASY XII and Valkyria Chronicles Piano Pieces--and I hope that you enjoy discovering and rediscovering the classic music of the fifth generation of consoles!" Additional arrangers include lead Valkyria Chronicles orchestrator Nicole Brady, Tristan Coelho, and guitar duo With Ether, who have recorded an energetic medley from Grandia. The production of Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5 has been headed by producer Demetri Potiris, who has worked with both the Eminence Symphony Orchestra and the renowned sound studio of Hitoshi Sakimoto, Basiscape. His experience producing live game music events and recording sessions for original soundtracks like the Tactics Ogre remake, Tekken 6, and the Valkyria Chronicles series sparked his desire to produce Legacy Sessions, which has been planned as a series that will explore other gaming generations, including the 8-bit and 16-bit eras. If you have any questions or comments on the album, it's production or game music in general, please let us know here!
  19. Hi, I sampled the first few bars from Final Fantasy X-2 Theme Song Wind Crest The Three Tails (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQm2dO0qI5g) with FL Studio. Was aiming for a new soul sound with epiano and bass. Near the end of the song it kind of gets away from it because the song transition felt like it need something slightly different so added a some synthesizers. I don't think it sounds too bad but good criticism is welcome. I would like some feed back. Enjoy. Thanks for listening.
  20. Hi, Sampled the score March of the Dreadnoughts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hV4lbn29T_c from Final Fantasy XIII. Easily the worst Final Fantasy game but has some good music scores. I wasn't really going for anything the music kind of arranged itself. Has a poppy and clubby beat. Doesn't sound too bad but of course feedback and criticism are always welcome. I think I would like to optimize the sound I have so any suggestions will be considered. Enjoy. Thanks for listening.
  21. I think this soundtrack is one of the best around, yet it has so few remixes. Why is that? Is it the difficulty of producing quality tracks based on the original arrangement? Any of the awesome tracks from the game would be great, but I do have a few favorites among them: Who is up for it? :3
  22. Hi. I made a little remix of FFCC, a incredible game. Please enjoy
  23. Hey there! Nice to meet you all, my name's Alex, long time lurker actually. I've stumbled upon OCReMix when I discovered the Voices of the Lifestream album. It was then, inspired by such amazing work by so many talented people, that I decided I too wanted to start producing and composing music, even though I didn't have any background in music, it seemed like a good moment to start. Almost three years in, I've grown confident enough to submit something here with serious intentions. The track is an orchestral arrangement I made of a Final Fantasy VII track, "On That Day, 5 Years Ago", which is one of my most favorite tracks ever from Nobuo Uematsu. I'm not sure if it's good enough though, as it's written in a genre that is quite outside of my comfort zone, I'm more an electronic/action sound design, but since I'd definitely love to become better with orchestras I tried to make it this way. Any feedback from both the mods and the fellow composers of the forum would be more than greatly appreciated! Thank you so much, Alex Links to the remix & to the original track: Remix - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2tJmHuW7Z8 Original Track - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEZNywlt_gM