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Jun 14, 2006 | 8:02 PM EDT
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3.8 MB
4 min 18 sec
4.42 / 5.00

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i stayed as true to the original as i could while still modernizing the sound ^^ - enjoy!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

*+*+(CT: To Faraway Times)+*+* is a happy and soothing track. This remix is good, but stays close to the original. Great music for relaxing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

so let's recap - it's been over a year now - chronamut no longer submits here, but he is uploading stuff other places, new remasters mixes etc- you can hear chronamut music now in 2 places:

1) Soundcloud:

2) Youtube:

continuing the experience..



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good times

Well this truly reminds me of some fun times I had playing this on the SNES. When I was younger I always got stuck fighting the chancellor the first time and never got further. Play it a few years later and I figured out strategies and stuff and the RPG games became less of a challenge since I discovered the wonders of level grinding in them to make certain parts a bit easier to get through, good times.

The flute is very clean and charming here as it draws you in and makes you feel real happy to see new places but sad that you may have to leave your friends behind forever to get there as well. The ambient chorus and the piano combine to try bring a tear to your eye and it still sounds great. Also that is not a drum I hear but the clock from the title screen am I right?

Overall, great times, good cover, nice work.

Chronamut responds:

yup that is the clock from the title screen :)

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


The usual rating, go figure xD
Anyways, on to the review. It is very good, but in some places as the bass gets higher, it gets louder, and a few of the louder bass sounds are kind of like attacks rather than the mellowness of the usual bass. I believe that in the original that was the string, and the bass was slightly louder, but not quite that loud. You did a very good job at staying true to the original though. Your clock sounds much better xD. The bass WAS supposed to be louder around 2:50 where it's mainly the piano, and the piano echo I believe was softer. However, these are all changes that are made through the rendition, and you make them sound like they belong. I am also taking into account that this was only your 3rd year with the program Fruity Loops, and it is very good especially if you look back at that fact. Another note is that you took down the strings a lot, which is both good and bad. The good is that the piano comes out more, but the bad is that the strings were an equal at some of the parts where they're lower.

All in all it is a very good rendition, and as you could easily guess, it's not like I'm anywhere near your level, so I don't see myself making any remixes as good as yours anytime soon xD. I'm really looking forward to you making a new piece sometime in the future, and if you tell me, I will try to be the first one to listen to it a bajillion times and review it, and I could be the first 10/10 5/5 haha!


Chronamut responds:

actually I mase this using Propellorhead Reason - so it was even more of a challenge hehe..

and of course my rendition aims to be DIFFERENT than the original ;)

and haha cool - they're working on making us able to nofity all our fans when we submit a new piece so you and thousands of others will be notified in future when I submit new stuff and I can get billions of reviews muhahaha :P

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Kinda like a New Age feel... I loved it! =D
You should make some Xenogears remixes, after all, it's from the same composer of Chrono Trigger, the fabled Yasunori Mitsuda. XD

Chronamut responds:

already made 2 - "dark omen" and "chains of ocean and flame" - check them out!

thanks for the review!