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  1. This scene is from a live gameplay with Yoshinori Kitase (producer & scenario writer for Final Fantasy 7) at the Tokio Game Show (TGS) 2019. It seems to be like a radically awesome overcrossing between Final Fantasy 7 and the Battle Arena Toshinden or Soul Calibur series. >>> Totally love the light/special effects and detailed graphics, the really outstanding slow motion mode, the crisp and powerful sound of the slashes, strikes and blows... ... and of course the vital orchestration of the famous battle theme. )) Pretty cool innovation that summons will actively participate in the battle as well. I'm kinda sure they 'll also implement a function with which you can level up and evolve the skills of a summon (just like the Espers in FF6 or the Guardian Forces from FF8). If they also spend something like a multiplayer-option for that really catching and highly dynamic battle system, it would be kinda awesome to be able to play the game with good friends as well. Just straight from the gameplay insights this might be a real revolution within the RPG playing standards. If the pretty deep story will be told as dedicated as in the original game and contains a lot of additional side stories as well, Final Fantasy 7 Remake will be something like the game of the year/decade or even century and really interesting for the newbies, as well for the fans of the original game. Square Enix as a Japanese company simply knows how to create outstanding games with deep storylines. I'll definitely keep a staring eye at this one. Besides, here 's the complete recording of the gameplay demonstration. >>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For everybody who thinks that he/she could have missed some of the early announcements or trailers for the great Final Fantasy 7 Remake, you might have a look at this little compilation here: >>>
  2. I wanted to do a ska version of the mako reactor from ff7. I have the a midi version finished, but now I am working on adding instruments into the slots. Any and all suggestions and critiques are welcome.
  3. I'm steadily working on a remix of the Battle Theme ("Those Who Fight") from Final Fantasy 7. It's my ambition to create a modern version of this theme - but without leaving those elements which make this track so interesting and memorable. So, I decided to keep those orchestral elements from the original theme of the game Final Fantasy 7 and combine it with the punchier and more powerful electronic elements of this theme in the amazing spin-off Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 and add some driving rock elements. Original game track: >>> ------------------------------------------------------- Newest version of my remix >>> 1.6 Preview >>> >>> https://clyp.it/fgslop4q
  4. Hey guys, I figured out how to play Aerith's theme from FF7 and decided to make my own rendition of it. You might notice a few Zelda theme cameos in the piece, they are intentional. Preset used is ShrineCX2. Enjoy! Aerith's Theme.mp3
  5. Good Morning OCRemix! I have been holding onto this song for a while and I figured it would be the perfect time to share it! I love this beat, it just reminds me of a story about Cloud in which, I can imagine it must be rough. I wrote this song to resemble what cloud might go through on his adventures though from the original Final Fantasy 7, a classic! it's simply a story I came up with when I heard this amazing tune. it makes me feel amazing to hear all these songs everybody has come up with! This is probably my 6th or 7th run on this song. I hope you enjoy! https://www.dropbox.com/s/vanpri5iv27vx6t/as if i was cloud.wav?dl=0 originally made from Mattias Häggström Gerdt, Arranging the music of 2 songs... "Fanfare", "J-E-N-O-V-A" Primary Game: Final Fantasy VII (Sony, 1997, PS1), music by Nobuo Uematsu https://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01667
  6. Crazy idea I played with yesterday afternoon, I think the two tracks fit surprisingly well!
  7. If I wrote the soundtrack of a traditional JRPG, the airship theme might sound like this. What if there's no airship? Of course there's an airship.
  8. Hey all, I just finished my third cover from the Final Fantasy series - "Fighting" I've also covered: "Still More Fighting" from FF7 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odkxjXxugRY "Terra" from FF6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qgc3Fm-EjY
  9. Hello again Here is another WIP for a remix I'm working on. I'm trying to create a medley comprised of tracks that feature a certain pattern of notes and have similar chords. I had the following in mind: 1. Aerith's Theme (FF7) 2. Halo theme - bonus ending (see video at end of post) 3. Mermaid theme from Donkey Kong 64 4. A track from Xenoblade titled "Thoughts to a friend" The status of this track is that most of the FF7 part is done. There is a notable drop of instruments near 1:10, which is where I last quit. The Halo part is probably 50% done. I need to work on the ending/transition to the next part, which is tricky because I have to go from 3/4 time to 4/4 time. Part of the mermaid theme is already in there at the end, but I haven't done any original work on that yet. It just sits there as a placeholder. I could use some feedback on the transition parts and the overall composition. I've used MuseScore 2 with some fancy soundfonts, but it will probably need to move to FL Studio eventually for more control over channels and humanization. I'm also taking suggestions for a more fitting title Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/user-227517766/the-day-gamers-lost-their-girlfriend-wip Sources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIqKWLkm2-g The bonus part starts at 3:20
  10. A quick little mix I thought I'd share : ) SLUMDON - HEARTHIS YOUTUBE
  11. (Please be Aware I'm French, so my english is known to be sometime quite ... Frenchy. Sorry for that.) Edit : • 07/08 @22:57 GMT+2 : Fixed Version as Ready for review ! More info on Materials, and writing. Also Final Name ! • 07/04 @1:35 GMT+2 : Wip Update With bridge to part2 • 07/04 @08:23 GMT+2 : Wip update With Completed part2 with more source material (Sonic's Genesis robotknik(s), Final-Fantasy VI hear-alike, "Batman" hear-alike, and some other micro-cameos) Hello World ! I'm coming back from the dead since my OCR01946 of ... 2009 (with another account since I've lost the other one's email Long time ago). Anyway here it is, an "Orchstral" Rework / Whole new sight on the Infamous "2Players VS" of Dr Robotnik's Mean beans Machine. I think I've already heard the original tune going endlessly in mind-breaking loops for Something like 18h straight when I was younger. Two decades after that, I'm up with a W.I.P. of an expiation of sort. It's meant to be a First track of an upcoming series called "Eggman Plays The Orchestra" so it's voluntarily meant to be "huge" as a "catchy" announcement to what's coming next. As usual with me it's written with a lot of ostinato's and Staccato's, with distinguishable part. The main part's are written in 4/4 for the first one (Dr Robotnik Mean bean machine), and alternating 9/8 and 12/8 for the Second part (Mainly Eggman theme from Sonic & Knuckle as a base). The song name "La méchante Machine à Haricot" is a straight French translation of the "The Mean Bean Machine" locution, which fits quite well for Eggman's behavior and being, I thought. I Hope it sounds at least pleasant for your ear or your mind (if you have the same Sega's puyo-puyo trauma as I have). Hoping for feedback, hopefully the unpleasant one's are the most important to go through so... Don't hesitate to be rough ! Best Regards, C. The Song : • mp3 : http://www.brigato.fr/files/CBLMMAH.mp3 • Soundcloud : The Original Materials : More materials from : Various Sonic/S&K cameos, Final Fantasy 6&7 hear-alike (Intro from FFVI, Jenova from FFVII, Kefka From FFV6I, Decisive Battle from FFVI...)
  12. One of the best track from ff7, IMO. There wasn’t arrangement of it in the Piano Collection; so I’ve tried to make mine . This piece group several influences: sometimes calm with crystalline sounds in high, other times with more accentuated rhythm. In the 2nd part, I’ve wanted to give some religious sonorities by adding a new harmony. The mix finish by a little part from the ff9’s “Ceremony for the Gods”, track wich good marry with the first theme, I think. The arrangement is ready, but I've still some problems of record. I’ll try to correct it later by recording in better condition. I hope you’ll enjoy this arrangement! EDITED LINK 2017/03/06 https://soundcloud.com/bluelighter0085/ff7-the-call-from-the-minemp3/s-qdBnH
  13. This is a little remix of one of my favourite games from the Final Fantasy 7 series I'm working at since a few months. "Wings Of Freedom" is my interpretation of the OST "The Price Of Freedom". I wanted to create a remix which is a bit more feeling, but also goes into a stronger rock ballad later on - a good track for combining some genres without getting lost of the soul und background of the track. It begins with a little live recorded piano solo (played this just by ear - it contains also a nice melody that only appears about one time in the whole game), followed by a calm viola part which goes over into a part with a harp, guitars, bass and drums and which leads into a stronger, soulful rock ballad with several electric guitars towards the end. The rest of informations that might be interesting for listeners and remixers is in the description of the Youtube upload. It's also the first remix I've created a video (with ingame scenes) for. Hope you and especially the fans of Crisis Core - Final Fantasy 7 enjoy it. Original game track: >>> -------------------------------------------- Newest version of my remix >>> 1.2 >>> >>> https://clyp.it/vx2pp4xy
  14. Hey all, First time posting here. I wanted to share a remix I made of Anxious Hearts off the Final Fantasy VII OST. I've been listening to these remixes for years and finally am able to help contribute! You can check it out here: Also made a 'music video' on YouTube which you can find here:
  15. I was thinking about the possibility of Bizarro Sephiroth (FF7) being in Kingdom Hearts and that made me wonder why there isn't a remix of both "One Winged Angel" and "Birth Of A God" (perhaps in counterpoint or something). I think it's a wonderful idea but nobody's done it yet. These are both great and iconic themes for an iconic villain. Maybe I should do it myself but how would I combine the two? However I feel a more skilled remixer may be necessary. Here's the KH2 version of "One Winged Angel". Here's the original FF7 version of "Birth of a God".
  16. Hope everyone can enjoy this! We've been wanting to tribute not just this game, but many from the same generation (1995-2000). Please check out our album for more pieces at http://legacy-sessions.com A Tribute to Final Fantasy VII (Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5): Arrangement by Casey Ormond (official FFXII Piano Collections, Valkyria Chronicles Piano Pieces) Co-created by Demetri Potiris (production co-ordinator for Valkyria Chronicles, Tekken 6, Tactics Ogre remake live recordings, as well as Casey's albums) Any questions or comments you have are most welcome! Demetri will answer any production questions, Casey will answer any arrangement questions.