So uh... I have a track. It's tradition by now. It's not quite done yet. But it's getting there. I used an old, unfinished remix because I thought that'd make it easy to quickly finish it. Easy, right?
It was a mix from back when I thought I could do orchestral reasonably well, adapted to DnB the first time I thought I could do DnB reasonably well, then adapted to my more typical beats and grooves. I figured that would be easy to touch up and make a decent winter jam out of. It was 4 minutes long.
It's progressing and notably better than it was 3 months ago. Keep mixing and mastering, every piece you invest in is a good learning experience.
One other thing: please do not post/bump 17 pieces within a one week period. I can identify with the desire to get feedback and direction on pieces, and it's great that you're using the forum for it's intended purpose. The problem is that when you throw a bunch of content out at once, it can come across as spam and annoying, dissuading people from giving your tracks a good listen. Sometimes, a piece just slips through the cracks here, which I can identify with. But keep mixing and bringing songs for review, and give the feedback some time. I've had to wait weeks for some of the best critique's I've gotten here.
Keep at it, GSO.
The best I could find was this song by DJ Siamey:
http://vgmixarchive.com/songs/vgmix2x/DJ Siamey - Adventures In Town (Final Fantasy 5).mp3
There may be something else on VGMix archive, though:
Forest's Requiem, Wintery Imil, Saturos's solo fight theme, and Aqua Rock are some of my faves from the game, can't wait to see what kind of spin people put on those tunes. Jenna's theme was also a super peppy fun fight song. Yeah. Honestly, I'm stoked for just all of it. I listen to OCRemix tracks while I'm doing my illustration +design work and this project is gonna be a real treat for my ears
Y'all musicians are rad. I don't even know how you work this magic, but keep on keepin' on!