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FFXII Rabanastre A capella

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1.3 MB
1 min 28 sec
4.21 / 5.00

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This is the theme of the main city, Rabanastre, from FFXII, done entirely using overlapping vocals by yours truely. And yes, I realize I'm not good at singing... at all. But I needed the music and figured this would be funny to do, so I did it. Please note: this doesn't sound EXACTLY like the original, but it sounds similar to it, and that's all I was shooting for. Made for and used in 'Not-the-Final Fantasy XII', episode 5 of Siblings. Based on music by Hitoshi Sakimoto for FFXII.

Also, near the end, I start messing around and cursed a bit. I went ahead and censored that by reversing the words. What the words originally were should be obvious, as some of them sound basically the same (ass sounds the same forwards and backwards, apparently), so you've been warned.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Lol i didn't know you were overlapping the voices. I thought the beat was Johnny! How do you overlap the voices??? What program

Bobert-Rob responds:

Nope, that was all me. I used Audacity for the recording, it's a free program... pretty cool, too, if you know how to use it. Thanks for the comment!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


what is this?

Bobert-Rob responds:

One of the background tracks to episode 5, NTFFXII. The ones I did using only my overlapping voices. Yep, them things. Thanks for listening!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it~!

You and your animations and now this!!! SW33T MAN! PURE SW33T!!
*~T3h C.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

You've got guts. =D

Personally, I'd give this a 7 on performance. But it takes character to do a song like this. So you have my 5 and 10.

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Bobert-Rob responds:

lol, guts... yeah, you could call it that. I'd call it 'no shame', but eh... both the same thing, really. Glad you enjoyed what you did, Bonk!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

XD hahaha

Funny :)
Cool idea, and good execution :D