- Jun 28, 2012
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I can groove to that funky rhythm all night long ;3 *shimmy shimmy*
Sorry I took forever to get back to you. I kinda got lazy. I have a new computer now, so I still need to transfer all of my stuff over. I'm not sure about uploading a large file to download all the tracks, I've never uploaded a big file on the internet before. I'm not sure what site would be trustworthy. I know a lot of those file hosting sites have all kinds of pop-ups and crap. You probably already downloaded them individually though.These are all very good
Any way you can put all tracks up in one download?Any format fine...
They should loop already. Have you tried it in rpg maker?Holy cow your stuff sounds awesome, and I've only listened to the battle music so far. I'd need to get audacity to loop it, but I think I'ma use it and give you credit. (don't plan on selling my 1st game anyway lol )
Yes, Yasunori Mitsuda is one of my biggest influences from game music. Xenogears and Chrono Trigger are some of my favorite RPGs. There's a lot of great modern game music out there that is all about mood setting and atmosphere like film scores, but that's not the kind of music that grabs people's attention. It's the music that you remember that really makes an impression on you, which is why scores like Chrono Trigger and Xenogears works so well, and that's why I always place a strong emphasis on melody in my music.The collection you have here is really awesome. I've just heard some of these, but I'm liking what I hear. Especially "Peaceful town with heroic undertones". It reminds me of the old epic PSX RPG's era, when music really matters. A bit sounded like Xenogears in Intro, Chrono Trigger, Rhapsody, etc etc. The chords and accompanying melodies are absolutely beautiful. Care to elaborate what were the origins (inspiration) of these scores?