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Jul 4, 2008 | 8:15 AM EDT
File Info
Song
6.9 MB
3 min 46 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
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1,934 Plays | 152 Downloads
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Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

Sequencer: FL Studio 8
Mastering: Audacity 1.3 Beta with LAME v3.97
16 channels:
-Two GPOs, 10 patches - Seven organ stops, three strings sections
-One GJBB, two instruments - Rhodes and Piano
-Five soundfonts in six channels - Papelmedia Ahh Choir and Irina Brochin, Zemljak Overture, two Sinfonia 3.6s (drum kit patches) and a Hammond B3
-One FL Slayer, Ebass 1 preset

Mixer routing:
-Maximus for some EQ on Master
-GPO 1 (Organ) - Magnus Smartelectronix (Pollak-LargeChurch)
-GJBB - Magnus Smartelectronix (Jring-Piano) and two mutually exclusive instances of Maximus - one to gate the Rhodes and Piano before 2:44, the other to brighten it afterwards
-GPO 2 (Strings) - Magnus Smartelectronix (Concert Hall Bright) and Fruity Stero Enhancer
-Papelmedia Irina Brochin - Magnus Smartelectonix (Concert Hall 1) and Maximus for some very light filtering
-All else through my usual, Fruity Reeverb 2 (The Venue)

Score changes:
-All "notated reverb" - that is, the repetition of notes slightly afterwards to simulate reverb has been deleted, simply because it confuses the ear and clutters the score.
-Flute in the opening is now Irina Brochin.
-Seperated out tracks according to instrument changes, since no plugin of mine can use instrument changes.
-Seperated Organ part into stops, for effect. Seems to work well. XD

Post-production:
-Usual process - export at 10% volume, amplify to peak just below a clip, export MP3 and tag.
-Added slight fade out to end.

Total RAM usage: 1103 MB
Average CPU usage: 40% on each core

Render time: Approximately eight minutes

Reviews


gabredigabredi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful.

*sniff* I think I'm going to cry...
Beautiful rendition of the Mother 3 credits. Brings back memories...



terricssonterricsson

Rated 4 / 5 stars

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You've done an excellent job of bringing back all the emotions that I felt while playing Mother 3. Great job.


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Marth219Marth219

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Beautiful.

It's a great rendition of a great song.

On a side note, Mother 3's ending was the only book, video game, or movie ending that has ever made me cry.

...It was great. Thank you for this arrangement.



Stewie91Stewie91

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

You perfectly remixed no remastered this. You should post this on YouTube.



SinJimSinJim

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Mother

Wow, Excellent work here, Beacon. Your attention to detail is impressive. This song is an excellent credits song. Did you make it for a movie/game? I really love the variation in all the instruments and the choir is well used as well. The building progression also gives this song a real feel and I really like it. Also liked the key change at the end.

Great song! Going on my favs, 5/5, 10/10.

~SinJim


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Beacon515L responds:

Mother III is an RPG for GBA published for Nintendo. The music was composed by Shogo Sakai, so no, I didn't make it. What I did do was reorchestrate it entirely, and rendered it in FL. So it's still my work, I just didn't write it. XD

The progression is thanks to Sakai, I just played it up. I'm glad you liked it. And man... 5/5, 10/10 AND a fave?! Man that's awesome. Thanks man, you rock! XD