Interesting remix. Sounds really cool after the changeover at 1:30, though I can't say I like it much before that - before that, it just sounds like the remixer took the original, downgraded the synth, and added a programmed drum-beat. Seemed kinda lazy. But after 1:30, it suddenly exploded into awesomeness!
Ah, I think you didn't get it; xD It was meant to sound like PC-8801 music, the computer first chosen by Falcom to release their Ys games (and all their other games, for that matter). It still sounds cool to me; I like it better than what we have on the SFC version (not that it's bad; the SFC version IS good), but I have to fully agree that it got MUCH better later on. xD It was supposed to sound like YsF, modern Ys games or something.
I'm going to be working on a Falcom arrange album very soon. Chances are I'll end up posting it here, even though most of you probably wouldn't like it a whole lot, since I'm going to arrange them in a style very similar to my original project... which is pretty heavy, I admit.
Also, I second S.S.H.'s arranges being good, although some of them just sound like the originals rerecorded with lower quality. :/
Post by knightofancient on Feb 12, 2010 0:21:57 GMT -5
I was browsing around and stumbled unto this site. It contains Ys remixes ranging from ys1 to ys4, some of them are really good for a midi. This site is useful that you can see the sheet music for the midi files, if you have the right program.
Nah, but seriously, better to rez a topic than just throw a new one up, especially since some of the old links are still working. At any rate, Sound Factory Carolina has some new mixes up for Ys, among other games. At the very least I haven't posted them previously. Worth checking out.
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