really,this sounds great...except for one thing.
sounds too calm.did you by anny mean forget to put in a lil' custom beat?
would be way epicker.
could be looped too.
therefore,an 8/10.i hope you remake it,so i can vote a 10/10 :P
I think I know...
... What it's missing, that angryshroom noticed but couldn't quite catch. Percussion.
Specifically, the NES had two square wave channels and one triangle wave, which you seem to have captured FAIRLY faithfully in this. However it also had a fourth channel for "white noise," which was usually used for percussion. (It ALSO had a sort-of-but-not-quite PCM channel, but I dunno about it. XD) Anyway, what this needs is the alternating "drumbeats" and hat kicks from th original tune, something to make you feel the BEAT.
Other than that, it's a great job you've done here; personally I'd love to see you try one more time with the percussion added in. For genuine NES sound, you should download FamiTracker (freeware) which emulates the actual audio coding of the console itself. Cheers! :D
You rock man!
FF7 is great, and so are you!
Brilliant 8-Bit Mix, one of the best I've heard in a while.
You should try some other ones :)
reminds me of how much i loved that game
final fantasy is my favorite game series and the jenova battles are one of the best of ff7
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.