Transmogrificational Tune

  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Transmogrificational Tune

  1. oh boy there's a LOT of them, for downloads, odin sphere ending theme shanachie version for starters, have a listen to the LOT of that game, the first of the Artonelicos is up there lots of funky/good stuff on that, YS 6: The Ark of Naphistim has some good stuff, oh and Zone of the Enders: beyond the bounds, good intro song from there. Manakhemia's another one, specifically 'nefertiti' and 'run for your life'. Tales of Legendia 'the birds chirp I sing', 'guiding star', legend of dragoon 'if you still believe' the lyrical songs in lunar and its sequel, 'luna's song' and the intro for the first one and the ending theme for the sequel.*pant *pant there's most of it, also some funky tracks on, though remixed themselves they're worth a listen

  2. Right then Epic song url sent to all contacts...check Potential scenes for verses.... check 1= burmecia 2 after cleyra 3 when she gets the letter 4 before/after memoria Recommendations for future works: ANYTHING! doesn't matter what it is based on this and previous works twill turn out fine recommendatins for future works that I can't see anyone else even coming close to doing properly: any vocal theme from ArTonelico 2 (there's a LOT), ending theme of Odin Sphere. Please Please Please Please Please Please Please Please Please Please Please Please Please submit other stuff ye have game related to here! *pants There I think that covers it, good luck on ye album!
  3. Great song! I think have the scenes for the verses: 1 when fighting in Burmecia 2 after Cleyra 3 when she gets the letter from him and 4 before and after Memoria. The others be awesome as well! If ye are interested in attempting some new targets I can recommend anything vocal from ArTonelico 2 (PS2) (THAT language is game specfic, hymnos by name) and the ending song from Odin Sphere (PS2) (which can be downloaded at > Odin Sphere > odin sphere theme shanachie version) I think its either in Gaelic or something different originally, but should be right up ye alley based on this one :)