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  1. For a solid five years, whenever you spoke of MMOs this is the game that came to mind. This was the gorilla in the room. For hundreds of thousands, this theme is extremely nostalgic. It is for me too, as it takes me back to a time of wonder and mystery never again replicated. But as much as I love this song, I realize it has its faults. I would love to hear this be remixed into a more orchestral piece. An instrument ensemble, I believe, can really make the highs and lows of the song come to life. There are other songs in the game that would be amazing with a harmonious orchestra rework (Kelethin or a myriad of Planes of Power tracks comes to mind), but this is a good introduction. Although I never considered myself a fan of hard rock/heavy metal, at least two such remixes here have proved me capable of enjoying it.
  2. 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!