Jonathan David Arndt

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  1. This is still a very relevant program, especially with the recent quarantine developments globally. Here's a little something from Tom's Hardware that I saw had been aggregated by SO earlier today: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/folding-at-home-worlds-top-supercomputers-coronavirus-covid-19
  2. Having the http/https prefix on there has been rather annoying. (The car stereo I frequently use will slowly scroll the album title because it just a little too long for the display, instead of just showing it briefly and moving on). Like Radiowar said, even if one is using a different media player, it is nice to sort by album, tap "o" and jump straight there. No complaints here.
  3. Well, I seem to have attained the highly desired rank of "Chocobo (+20)". But what does it mean? is there a list of the various ranks? (A quick search on this forum, and even a Google search revealed nothing.)
  4. I see it noted there in your music archive from 2004. Is this still available for download someplace? (Your website is very nicely organized. I intend to start listening through some of your work in the coming days.)
  5. Thank you for responding! (and thank you for making this remix in the first place) Was this posted here at OC Remix, or maybe elsewhere? It is still available online?
  6. After listening to all the tunes I could find from Lufia and Lufia 2 on OC Remix... and the VGMix archive... I am still trying to track down the artist/album for this particular one. This one is longer than many on OC Remix (6 minutes), and contains several distinct parts (hence the themes & variations, which I am not sure was part of the original title). We must have first downloaded this as kids sometime in the late 90's or early 2000's. I just keep coming back to it, and would like to finally track down the artist who made it, or the album it is part of. Any help or guidance on who made this would be appreciated. Thanks! (For those who have helped earlier, yes, this is my third such request this year, and it should be my last for awhile. Only had three unknown songs in my library. Tried to space them out a bit to not be a pest.)
  7. May I have my named changed from "JonathanDavidArndt" to "Jonathan David Arndt" (only difference is adding spaces between the words -- this forum software knocks off the last few letters and puts them on their own line in the left panel -- looks all weird) Thank you!
  8. I'm so sorry... I have asked a silly question, and I should have tried looking it up first. (I've listened to the music for a long time, but am still a total noob to the FF franchise and RPGs in general.) Had no idea these titles were related. Thank you for shedding a bit of light on this confusion.
  9. Thank you for posting the rest! I'll try to find the rest of these and listen through. (Prescription drugs do indeed do wonders. Good for you, too!)
  10. How old were you when you did "Blue Skies over Guardia"?
  11. That is so great! My debt to the community has been paid! (well, not completely, obviously... but I was recently helped with this kind of song identification as well, and I am SO HAPPY. Such a great feeling.) Maybe, mark the title of the thread as "[SOLVED]", or "[FOUND]" or something, so it looks like we're doing something, and making progress.
  12. You know, I feel the same way. I have never been diagnosed with anything, but anytime I'm really depressed or just feeling down, this ambient/electro stuff really helps me so much. Really soothes the racing mind. I am not anxious anymore. I used to very on edge about a lot of things, and that has finally vanished completely. This is probably due to many things, but what Paul says to the Philippians often comes to mind, and really rings true: "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." I had no idea this site existed 20 years ago (but my brother & sister and I have found a number of tracks in our mp3 library from the late 90's that originated from OC Remix, so I guess it really has had an impact on me for that long!) But I have been listening to this collection since 2016, and am so happy for this place. Now I'm totally going through and recreating the playlist from @LuckyXIII (are there more than just the 52 tracks pictured in your post above?)
  13. That really is a fabulous list. I recognize many of these (as they are on similar playlists that I made for myself). Especially appreciate how you have 400+ plays on "Another Inspiration". That is a favorite here, as well.
  14. I'm not familiar with this particular one either, but I can share a few resources that have helped me in the past. https://archive.rpgamer.com/ This one actually has a Mega Man 8 album with the Frost Man stage (similar to the one you are looking for, but missing the piano and light background vocals) https://downloads.khinsider.com/ This is a fine, and very large collection (unfortunately, does not seem to have any remixes from MM8) http://vgmixarchive.com/
  15. Thank you everyone! This has been so helpful. Now that that is all settled, I'm wondering if the source material is really from Seiken Densetsu, or from Final Fantasy Adventure. According to the changelog here at OC Remix, it is attributed to FFA, at least in the title (of course, I cannot see the metadata and comments that would have been included with the original...) But while listening through SD remixes, there were a few that were extremely similar, both in name and style. Mana's Mission: https://downloads.khinsider.com/game-soundtracks/album/seiken-densetsu-music-complete-book/1-12%20Mana%27s%20Mission.mp3 Mission of Mana: https://downloads.khinsider.com/game-soundtracks/album/seiken-densetsu-music-complete-book/2-16%20Mission%20of%20Mana.mp3