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4.38 / 5.00

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yay its the happy 333rd prelude song pour moi! This version made in reason.. enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars December 22, 2012

I've been looking through a few Prelude remixes, and none of them even come close to this one. I feel like the other few that I did listen to focus more on sounding cool or being too dancey - but this one has so much feeling. I absolutely adore it. Definitely one of my favourite sounds. I have to show this to my brother, he'll love it.

Chronamut responds:

this was my most fave prelude to do - the crystal part is one of the most accurate of all of them.. the combined version of mine is probably the most accurate. I thought about adding choir ahhs to this part as they appear in the FF11 version but decided against it.

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars October 5, 2011


I felt so mellow after hearing this... have you ever asked SquareEnix if they wanted something done? Anyways, I bet you have a rabid audio fanbase asking for requests for more Final Fantasy music. I wish you still made music...oh well. I have about 350+ of your songs to listen to... (so I've heard)

Thanks a ton. This really brought me back. So nostalgic, I think I'm gonna go play FF right now.

Again thanks
15/10 :D

Chronamut responds:

I used to hehe.. but I turn down all music requests :)

hehe you go do that :P

thanks for the review!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 8, 2011


For the most part this sounds incredibly happy and a very nice cover of the series main theme as well. You hear the higher notes on a piano paired with the calming sounds of the waves of the ocean carrying you away to relax while hearing this piece as well. Reminds me of how much I enjoyed playing it as a kid too, spent much of my teenage years just hunting for secrets and goodies in KH II, FFX, FFX-2, and FF XII, good times.

The guitar was pretty cool here and mellow feeling. The bass is also very calming and helped to move the beat along some more. The drums are nicely done and sound pretty nice I think. Very nice and calming light metal cover of the FF theme here.

Overall, good times, good memories. Although FF VII and VIII took forever because for awhile I was missing a disc for FF VII and VIII had a lot of spots on disc 1,2,3, where they would stop do to scratches on the discs sadly. Oh well, good times.

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Chronamut responds:

haha good times.

Glad you like it dude! Go check out the other 2 versions of this I made as well!

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars November 29, 2010


One thing this reminds me of: Culex!

In Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars I pwned Culex in a Mallow Solo. I honestly don't see what's hard about him! Mallow wins, taking 1 damage from everything except for an occasional 49 from Culex himself, which you instantly heal with your Healing Rain xD

The backgrounds sounds contribute to it a lot, keeping it from the blank feeling of nothingness.

P.S. All good songs have a nice background feel to them it seems.

P.P.S. Actually, there are a few that don't. Like for example Secret- Super Mario Sunshine by bob700.

P.P.P.S. Now that I think about it, writing a bunch of reviews will start me on saying side things a lot more than notes on the actual music itself, unless commentary is needed. After all, most of your music is fine the way it is xD


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Chronamut responds:

haha so many

yeah I like this mellow mallow version hahaha :P

thanks for the review!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 5, 2010

Fun fact

I could feel the water in my ears as I listened to the wave effect. My ears actually got colder. That's awesome all by itself, but it's a solidly composed piece besides that, and though the prelude arpeggio gets a bit irksome towards the end, I loved everything else about the track. Awesome job.

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Chronamut responds:

you know what.. its a specific frequency.. because I used to get that EXACT same sensation after I made it and listened to it :P

thanks for the review!