Music & Sound of the Final Fantasy Series!

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  • Final Fantasy release! Nobuo Uematsu was the chief music composer of the video game Final Fantasy. Other composers who helped him with the music development of the game included Masashi Hamauzu, Hitoshi Sakimoto and Junya Nakano.

    Final Fantasy release! Nobuo Uematsu was the chief music composer of the video game Final Fantasy. Other composers who helped him with the music development of the game included Masashi Hamauzu, Hitoshi Sakimoto and Junya Nakano.
  • Final Fantasy II had two sound tracks supervised by Tsuyoshi Sekito, one english version, one japanese version. Although the two soundtracks were composed separately, the soundtrack to II has only been released as a combined album with the soundtrack to F

    Final Fantasy II had two sound tracks supervised by Tsuyoshi Sekito, one english version, one japanese version. Although the two soundtracks were composed separately, the soundtrack to II has only been released as a combined album with the soundtrack to F
  • Final Fantasy III music! Many of the tracks in the soundtrack use "cascading rhythms" in both the foreground and background sounds, as well as a bass rhythm, pushing the limited sound hardware of the Nintendo Entertainment System further than in Final Fan

    Final Fantasy III music! Many of the tracks in the soundtrack use "cascading rhythms" in both the foreground and background sounds, as well as a bass rhythm, pushing the limited sound hardware of the Nintendo Entertainment System further than in Final Fan
  • Final Fantasy IV music! Overall reception of Final Fantasy IV Celtic Moon (by Máire Breatnach) was positive. Patrick Gann of RPGFan described it as "Awesome. Purely spectacular." and Matt Brady of Final Fantasy Symphony concurred, saying that the "music q

    Final Fantasy IV music! Overall reception of Final Fantasy IV Celtic Moon (by Máire Breatnach) was positive. Patrick Gann of RPGFan described it as "Awesome. Purely spectacular." and Matt Brady of Final Fantasy Symphony concurred, saying that the "music q
  • The Black Mages, a band that arranges music from Final Fantasy video games into a rock music style, has arranged two pieces from Final Fantasy V. These are "Clash on the Big Bridge" from their self-titled album, and "Neo EXDEATH", an arrangement of "The F

    The Black Mages, a band that arranges music from Final Fantasy video games into a rock music style, has arranged two pieces from Final Fantasy V. These are "Clash on the Big Bridge" from their self-titled album, and "Neo EXDEATH", an arrangement of "The F
  • Final Fantasy VI music! A special orchestral arrangement of selected tracks from the game, arranged by Shiro Sagisu and Tsuneyoshi Saito, and performed by the Milan Symphony Orchestra, was released under the title Final Fantasy VI.

    Final Fantasy VI music! A special orchestral arrangement of selected tracks from the game, arranged by Shiro Sagisu and Tsuneyoshi Saito, and performed by the Milan Symphony Orchestra, was released under the title Final Fantasy VI.
  • Final Fantasy VII music! Instead of recorded music and sound effects for the game, Uematsu opted for MIDIs, using the PlayStation's internal sound chip. Final Fantasy VII was the first game in the series to include a track with digitized vocals,.

    Final Fantasy VII music! Instead of recorded music and sound effects for the game, Uematsu opted for MIDIs, using the PlayStation's internal sound chip. Final Fantasy VII was the first game in the series to include a track with digitized vocals,.
  • Final Fantasy VIII music! Nobuo Uematsu's usual influences include Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Simon and Garfunkel, and Elton John. In regard to Final Fantasy VIII, Uematsu did not prefer to use multiple sources to find MIDI instruments—"I could be coming up

    Final Fantasy VIII music! Nobuo Uematsu's usual influences include Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Simon and Garfunkel, and Elton John. In regard to Final Fantasy VIII, Uematsu did not prefer to use multiple sources to find MIDI instruments—"I could be coming up
  • Final Fantasy IX music! Uematsu composed with a piano, and used two contrasting methods: "I create music that fits the events in the game, but sometimes, the event designer will adjust a game event to fit the music I've already written." Uematsu felt prev

    Final Fantasy IX music! Uematsu composed with a piano, and used two contrasting methods: "I create music that fits the events in the game, but sometimes, the event designer will adjust a game event to fit the music I've already written." Uematsu felt prev
  • Final Fantasy X music! Final Fantasy X marks the first time regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu has had any assistance in composing the score for a game in the main series. His fellow composers for Final Fantasy X were Masashi Hamauzu and Junya Nakano.

    Final Fantasy X music! Final Fantasy X marks the first time regular series composer Nobuo Uematsu has had any assistance in composing the score for a game in the main series. His fellow composers for Final Fantasy X were Masashi Hamauzu and Junya Nakano.
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