Final Fantasy II (US) - Airship
What can I say that hasn't already been said about this game? Yes, I know that it's actually the fourth installment in the Final Fantasy franchise. But, in 1991, this was the box (or would be, if I kept mine in mint condition), and this was the title I and many in North America came to know and love this amazing game as. It's the first time I came across an RPG with an immersive story, where it wasn't just a backstory, and then you go off and grind, find clues that will get you to the end, and save the princess, or whatever the final goal was. Final Fantasy II (US) gave us some basic background of the characters, but most of the story evolved throughout the game, and would be enriched by the other playable characters, as well as some memorable NPCs that helped you along the way. Sure, there were other RPGs with stories that evolved through the game, but the way it was done was unique to the Final Fantasy series, where you felt you were experiencing a play where you are not sitting in the audience, but part of the cast of characters helping to move things along to the next scene, wondering what new adventure awaits.
As known, the composer for this game, among the majority of Final Fantasy games, is the great Nobuo Uematsu. The sequencing of the MIDI was done by Andrew Thompson, who appears in many old MIDI playlists from the 2000's and earlier, often specializing on sequencing Final Fantasy MIDI music. Much of what I did was go into Cakewalk, update the synths with VST instruments. and expand the brass from just a trumpet to trumpet, French horn, and trombone. Beyond that, I panned and worked out the volume levels to try and balance things out. You can tell me if it all worked out.
You can also hear the SNES OST version here: https://youtu.be/lh5qQxFNzM0
This is one of my personal collection of old MIDIs I found off the old internet between late 90's up to about the mid 2000's. Though it may be possible to find the MIDI I used, or one similar here: https://www.vgmusic.com/music/console/nintendo/snes/
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