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Otherworld for Piano (FFX)

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Date
07/13/2009
File Info
Song
5.6 MB
2 min 27 sec
Score
4.28 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.28 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

The Silent Rapture, "Otherworld"

I really enjoyed this song from FFX and a few of my friends wanted to hear some FF stuff. My goal with this was to only use the piano, like the FF piano collections, and bring alot of my own style to it. My arrangement breaks down "Otherworld" from FFX into its trace elements, and I'd say 70% or more of this piece is original and not from "Otherworld." I hope you guys like it!

Reviews


OzzypigOzzypig

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very good for piano.

Could use more dynamics, as in louds and softs. It all sounded one volume to me, and it made the song a bit repetitive. Other than that, it's great and I applaud you for making this piece :)

Downloaded, too :D


ShatterTheSky22 responds:

Thank you for the score and review! I agree, this was the 2nd song I ever submitted and my first attempt at piano. Very old stuff, and I have to agree with you on your points. But im glad you still enjoyed it. Might I recommend "Forever Lost" or "Repentance" if you enjoyed the piano, but want to see where my experience has taken me. Thanks again!

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LolMudkipLolMudkip

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Weird.

This kind of reminds me of Runescapes music


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ShatterTheSky22 responds:

Ive played once but I cant really remember what the music was like. But I remember the game was addicting as all hell.
Thank you for the score and review. ^__^

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htmldudehtmldude

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmm.

By the sound of it this was all created electronically, (bassish sound near start sounds more harpsichordial than pianic (yes I made those words up.)).

But over all not bad.


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ShatterTheSky22 responds:

Glad you enjoyed, and I liked the new vocab as well. xD
Thanks for the review and score.

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alexanderralexanderr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Gamed :)

I will be using this song in my new game! It fits my calm platformer very well and it also loops quite alright. Thank you :)


ShatterTheSky22 responds:

Very cool! Be sure to link me when it's completed, i'd love to check it out!

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ManumissionManumission

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It was an odd look on my face

when i saw that this piece was entirely piano (awesome of course) but listed under video game.

I don't know if you did, but i would have thought twice, classical or video game.... because with video game origins, but in a classical format.

I am a very big fan of people who write most of their music (and take some from the game) then play it on the piano for newgrounds. Thank you


ShatterTheSky22 responds:

I agree, and I did. I think I chose video game because I thought the people browsing the video game section would appreciate it more and get the references.

Thank you very much for the score and review, I'm glad you enjoyed it!

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