Welcome to The Music Box!
Heylas and good evening! I trust everyone had a good week. It appears as if sections of the Music Box are slowly disappearing, no? Don't fret too much, all of it will be back soon with some surprising additions. I'm glad the whole deal with RPGlair got cleared up. Two good morals we can learn from this are not to be too hasty and to learn to ask before using. As for any site, I ask that you don't use RPGamer's competition entries, tabs, and lyrics on your site without permission from me. It may seem trivial to some, but it's a matter of respect. You wouldn't like it if someone took your things and didn't give you credit. But with this all said and done, we can move on now. We finally have another addition to Miscellaneous Music, a Final Fantasy IV Sound font! If you didn't know, Miscellaneous Music has several sound fonts and other neat things you might find interesting. I want to start posting music discs like Conception, so if your in a tracking group and are making a disc, let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Musically speaking, we have quite a bit today. I usually get frustrated with these types of updates because there is so much editing involved. At three in the morning, my body gave out and I couldn't work any more. But finally I have the update done with some surprising stuff. Mister G has created yet another Final Fantasy VI song that is rather well done. For sequencers out there, be sure to check it out. Also be sure to listen to Yura's Liberi Fatali. It's highly well done. Of course, this isn't meant to undermine Crash's version of the song as well. DarkHero has created another Breath of Fire II track for you all to enjoy, the coliseum. Captain Faris has created an interesting flute duet rendition of the Battle with Magus from Chrono Trigger. Fellow musician Parn has sent in several remixes that I recommend everyone to listen to. I particularly like the Kids Run Past the City Corner remix. Three new tracked songs from Final Fantasy VII today: Andrew Mike's Tifa and Barret's Theme, and Seraph Sama's One Winged Angel. Very good to both of them. I was highly impressed with Seraph Sama's One Winged Angel. Be sure to give it a listen as well. Lazreal's The Man with the Machine Gun midi is down below for all you Final Fantasy VIII fans to listen to. Within Final Fantasy Tactics, Douglas Feldmann created an unique Formations Fugue as well as Evan Micheal's updated The Decisive Battle. There is just too much to talk about!
Jeff Daily brings in an Alternative version to "Show Me Your Eyes", the ending theme to Illusion of Gaia, while Goku proudly shows off two new remixes to The Legend of Zelda's famous introduction theme. XShadow's Airship Theme from Lufia is rather interesting, while WildDrac's new Lunar song pleases fans. Salivator brings us the first ever Tales of Destiny digital music file here on RPGamer, "Despair". Very good job Salivator! Talon also brings a well done song from Tales of Phantasia, "Bright Moonlit Night", for you all to enjoy as well. Last but not least, AerisParappaMog sequenced "A Sister's Thought" from Wild ARMs. Good job to all the musicians on today's update, and thanks for submitting to the Music Box!
Some people claim they don't like to listen to the digital music files because other file types are more accurate and easier to listen to. In retort to this, Win AMP can play the digital music files here on RPGamer quite easily. Also, digital music have a smaller file size for you to download easier with. Trackers painstakingly put together these songs and made them note by note, so if there are any errors, you don't notice them at all. I hope to see more and more submissions as the days go by! Zhai`helleva fellow RPGamers!