Frederic's delay trick works great if what you want is a pan effect (the Haas effect), since that's what it'll do in stereo. If summed into mono after that, it might have phase issues, something of a robotic sound. Not always a bad thing, but not how to get a good guitar sound. Playing and recording twice would make sure the waveforms don't line up, and means chorus and delay effects aren't necessary for separation.
I enjoyed it mostly. I think you mentioned a while back that there was some pitch bending issues with the software you're using. I noticed that manifest at what, the 6 minute mark or so?? Could be wrong. It didn't take away from my enjoyment too much though. Nitpickers anonymous.
Well, you didn't exactly phone it in either. And thanks for all the MIDI work you do man, you earned it mad-lad! Also, shoutout to @Trism for voting and participating and for hosting the Terranigma project. Sorry if I came off too mushy...
Oh and and @Bundeslang for hosting; keeping PRC alive is very important to me.
My name is Sam. I'm an aspiring composer. I'm brand new to these forums and relatively new to composition and the craft of music, but I've been playing (and listening to the soundtracks of) video games all my life. It's very, very cool to me to find a community that shares the same giddy enthusiasm about video game music as an art form.
As part of my studies, I've been transcribing and analyzing video game music. Studying the greats, if you will. I've decided to post some of these transcriptions/analyses on MuseScore, as it allows for interactive playback, the ability to comment on specific parts of the score, and other cool features that make it much easier for people to learn from the transcription. I've decided to post them here and share them with all of you. Of course, all comments/feedback/thoughts/opinions/cupcakes are welcome and appreciated.
I hope you enjoy and find these of use:
"Phantom Train" from Final Fantasy VI - https://musescore.com/user/29606925/scores/5933915
"Kefka" from Final Fantasy VI - https://musescore.com/user/29606925/scores/5925895
"Zeromus Battle" from Final Fantasy IV - https://musescore.com/user/29606925/scores/5924183