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Buried In The Snow [COVER]

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Sep 16, 2014 | 5:22 AM EDT
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11.4 MB
4 min 58 sec
4.13 / 5.00

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Rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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[If you want the loop for a game
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and I will send you the loopable mp3 or wav file(s).]

This is my cover on a Final Fantasy VII OST.
The title of the track is "Buried In The Snow".
The original track is composed by Nobuo Uematsu.

I made it with FL Studio 11 and I used EastWest Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Silver orchestral sound library and a double bass pizzicato soundfont called "Bass Acoustic" that comes with FL.

Enjoy! :)



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice, would go well in a town setting of a game. Or even a spawn-point area in my opinion. I can imagine this melody playing in the background as you go throughout a town interacting with NPC's. Very nice job, simple and nice to the ears, something very enjoyable.

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lacipor responds:

Thank you,

I guess you know that, but I just want to be clear:
This is NOT my original song, I just made a cover, or remake, or how they call that :).
The original version is written by Nobuo Uematsu. He is kind of John Williams of japanese videogame music, and I guess you know that, too. (but if you don't know, just go to youtube now! You will enjoy a lot, I bet! :D)

I just tried to use the same instruments, the "echo-ish violin spiccato" in the original MIDI version was a little problem for me at firts, because I just couldn't find a nice sound simply by playing with the velocity, so I used FL Studio's stock delay plugin, and set it for 1 delay, I mean delay 1 time, and I set delay's the low pass filter cut off at a quite low level, so I got this kinda violin spiccato up-and-down sound like that. I like it a little bit more than using velocity settings only with EWQLSO Silver, (I have the Silver ver.). I am not sure about the Gold version, maybe it has another better articulation for this stuff, but this delay trick did the job well for me :)

Thank you again for your kind comment, Mate!