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Here is an orchestra arrangement of "Cleyra" and "One danger put behind us" from Final Fantasy IX Original music : Nobuo Uematsu Arranged by me : Flute : @Bowlerhat Violin : @Chris ~ Amaterasu I had several influences for this arrangement: Celtic, movie, march band… I came where I wanted, following my inspiration and my mood of the moment. Enjoy!
Hi all, I have tried to make a remix from Final Fantasy IX - Jesters of the moon. Do you think I should try to submit it on OC Remix? Here the link. Final Fantasy IX - Jesters of the moon Thanks for your feedback. Bak.R
Hey guys, I've been playing FF9 a lot this week since it was rereleased on PS4. I had forgotten just how fun and memorable the music was from this game. The battle theme is especially fun and I love how it serves as a throwback to all the other battle themes in FF history before 7. I didn't really see that many solo piano arrangements out there, so I decided to write one and play it to some game footage. Hope you enjoy! Have a great weekend everyone!
Hello everyone! My first post on this forum. I only recently found out about is forum, can you believe that? I want to share with you a cover (yes, cover, not really a remix) from FFIX. This cover contains the songs "The place I'll return to someday" and "Terra" (by Nobuo Uematsu). For "The place I return to someday" I could not find a high quality recorder ensemble version of this song yet, so I decided to give it a try. I tried to mimic the original, using real instruments (recorders) instead. For the second part of the cover; "Terra", I played around a bit. Although I stayed close to the original arrangement and feel of the song (I think), I did make some changes. I would really appreciate it if you could provide me with your feedback.. any feedback. I realize I probably won't be able to submit this as a remix (as it sounds close to the original), but that was not my intention anyway. (The cover was done before I discovered OCR). I hope you enjoy it! Best, Impluo