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Anxious Hearts(Orch) -ZC-

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Dec 30, 2008 | 5:14 PM EST
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5.9 MB
4 min 20 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is a new rendition to Anxious Hearts that I arranged. Took a little over 2 weeks (kind of lost track with other priorities). It has the soft flow of slow strings filled with the harp, soft oboe, and the gentle touch of the grand piano as the velocity was carefully tweaked. I wanted to add the echoed piano to bring back the nostalgic feel in Tifa's room at Nibelheim. Almost as if you could hear someone playing it when you entered the town. Some other effects to bring out more vibrance and color.

Created in FL Studio ~



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fans keep the legend of this game alive!

As time goes on, elegant games like this one are forgotten, cause lets face it... they're not remaking this game like EVERYone'll be star wars all over again... THANKS ALOT GEORGE LUCAS!

All is not dim on the horizon though, fans like you are a constant pick me up.
Thanks for letting me know I'm not the only VII-freak out there! PEACE


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not Nibelheim necessarily...

This piece is first introduced right after the first bombing mission - during the flower girl scene. It returns numerous times and is the theme, later, of Nibelheim. Notes of it can be heard resonating in the score played over the final sequence (spoiler) where Holy and the Lifestream are finally unleashed upon the falling Meteor.

This is a very quiet rendition that appears to use many similar elements to the original. The piano sequence, however, takes much more prominence. Nicely done.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Pretty neat and nothing to add, I love the piano session near 2:00. You did well and I can hear it by recreating the ambiance of Cloud's past at Nibelheim (and the present). I praise this work keep it up!



Zigan responds:

Thanks, I appreciate you understand the bit of nostalgic I put into it. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

eh ok

you should put in some acoustic guitar

Zigan responds:

Ah, acoustic guitar would be a fine choice. However I'd probably end up changing the other instruments to a more non orchestral sound. Also guitar especially acoustic is quite hard to work with using digital components and making it sound realistic, and unfortunately I don't have my acoustic guitar with me to record samples. :( A good idea though, thanks for suggestion, just not with this piece. :P