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Final Fantasy Midi Pack

October 6th, 2002
Volume 1
Score : 8.5 good
Peasant Female
This midi pack contains the midiís from Final Fantasy 7 and Final Fantasy 2 Japanese Version.

There are 12 midiís from Final Fantasy 2, and 60 from Final Fantasy 7.

Final Fantasy 2 midiís

The main midiís and the town midi from Final Fantasy 2 are all calm and quiet. The other ones are fast and could be used for action and fighting scenes.

Final Fantasy 7 midiís

Some that caught my attention:
The FF7comme is a very nice one with some accents. FF7battl is a very good midi and could be used for exiting parts of the game.

FF7debut is a very weird one; almost a midi without any music, but just some tones.

FF7dream is indeed dreamlike, whereas FF7escap is indeed a tune that could be used in some dangerous situation in which you had to escape - or fight to stay alive.

FF7farmb reminded me of Dink feeding the pigs; not only because of the name farm boy, but also because this midi suits that situation: Dink somewhat dreamlike feeding the pigs meanwhile thinking of all the heroic stuff he is going to do Ė this midi would have really suited that situation.

FF78golds has got a mediaeval touch.
When hearing FF7lurki I immediately imagined some detective walking in a dark alley, looking for clues.
FF7red13 has got some real nice drumbeats, and FF7templ is a good midi for use in an enchanted forest or a situation like that.

FF7sleep is really short, only 12 seconds, but it could be very well used when Dink is taking a nap to restore health.

The longest midi is FF7aerit: 19:54. The shortest one FF7sleep: 0:12.

Although all the music from Final Fantasy is outstanding, my favourite is FF7tifa. Not only is it a rather long midi (4:37), but it is also an exceedingly good piece of music.

Overall: This midi pack has a great variety; anything from very calm and quiet tunes to action, fighting and nerve-racking music is in this pack. You could easily find music in this pack for a whole D-mod.
April 26th, 2007
Volume 1
Score : 3.0 tolerable
Peasant Male Netherlands steam
Olde Time Dinkere 
No. This should not exist, especially not for the purpose of Dmods.

Final Fantasy music has always been exceptional, I don't deny that. I love listening to the music in the games. But once they go out of the games, become MIDIs and are then used in Dmods ranging from the most crappy to the ok ones, they start sucking.

Basically, MIDI rips from existing songs generally just suck because 90% of the quality goes away, most of the time thanks to the crappy GM instruments set that Windows comes with.

The pack is not suited for use with Dmods.
March 6th, 2007
Volume 1
Score : 9.9 exceptional
Peasant Male New Zealand
haven't you played final fantasy Binirit?
well i thought it great!
only one midi doesn't sound like the real thing.
March 5th, 2007
Volume 1
Score : 9.5 exceptional
Peasant Male
this is excelent music i even listin to it when im not making a dmod sound i think it
really goes in with all the actions that goes with dmods im going to rate this one a 9.5
great work man