Posted 2001-05-01, evaluated by djpretzel
Pollard actually put this together around the time when I released *ahem* my own Lufia 2 ReMix of the same track, and yes it's taken this long for it to surface. It's all good, though, because his interpretation - dramatic, more minor-key, and led by a double reed instrument - is very different from my own and shows well the flexibility a single track can provide. This is another cross-genre track, in my opinion, mixing straight orchestral with some techno / electro elements for a nice hybrid sound. Very dense layering going on, with an echoed harp, synth pads, overdriven guitar power chords, rock and electro drums, a pulsing quarter-note synth bass, and the afforementioned lead oboe-ish sound. I say oboe-ish because often, depending on the quality of the samples, an oboe can sound very similar to an english horn (or even the high end of a bassoon). But I'd wager that this is an oboe. My one gripe is that I would have put a bit more of a reverb wash on the oboe sample to mask the questionable vibrato trail - but that's the sound, not Pollard. A virtually infallible, dynamic ReMix you *must* download. Excellent.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals (Natsume, 1995, SNES)
Music by Yasunori Shiono
- "The Prophet"
- 4,585,472 bytes
- Size: 4,585,472 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 92f58621de20fa06dbc1d7cbc03ac75e
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