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EDIT: Awesome, a Top 30 :3. Thanks for voting it up guys, and feel free to check out my other works like Plains Theme or Legend. This one's pretty outdated and old... :P
Here's one of my favourite songs from the soundtrack I made for an RPG called Eternal Quest. I tried to go for a town-like theme, although I think it's a bit too busy for a town theme. Still, I think it has that sound which makes you think of life in a small rural town.
This uses Virtual Guitarist 2 for the guitar, East/West Symphonic Orchestra Silver for the strings, piano and the tuba, the Unison soundfont for the flute, and random drum samples for the drums. This is supposed to play well after the game's menu theme (which I'll be submitting later on). I'm quite proud of this song, and it took me quite a while to do. Having said that, this is actually a pretty old song of mine. I think I've improved since then although I've always liked the atmosphere of this song.
Thanks a lot to Gravey, Blackhole12, Echo and Decibel for hearing this and providing some excellent criticism. I wished I could edit it to fix some of the problems they mentioned in the song (such as the cymbals sounding too tinny, the piano being too soft and the flute part being too short), but my FLP got corrupted. At the time when I was making the soundtrack, my old computer was dying. I literally had to write the music and then hope it sounds good with the rest of the song when I export it, because it lagged too much for me to hear it properly in FL Studio. Countless errors and glitches came up too (one of them disallowing me from exporting a song properly, forcing me to export it instrument by instrument), but I managed to finish all of the soundtrack.
Anyhow, enjoy this song. It's one of four songs which I made for the game, which I'll probably be submitting later on. Enjoy!