Sound Cave

01.04.02 - Castle of Flames

During the week it got cold outside. Very cold. Now it's warm. Very warm. Curse you, Mother Nature!

This week is catch-up week, so there isn't too many submissions that appear here. Yet, I was pleasantly surprised to find 2 versions of the same NES piece! I couldn't help breaking out the old NES yesterday and playing a few hours of Zelda 2.

Just a reminder, next update's theme is Motoi Sakuraba. While other submissions will be accepted and posted like always, however submissions originally from this composer have a bit more preference. Chief Ug was nice enough to remind me that I forgot to mention how hard some of Sakuraba's pieces are. So there's your warning. Heh heh heh. To give a little more time (since most people are getting back to school and such after the holiday break,) next update will not be for another two weeks.

I'm going to be away from the computer for a week or so, so I won't be able to respond during that time. Sorry folks, my Dad's job has priority in this house. :)

Hopefully, you'll notice the sidebar change. As the pages are revamped, they'll become linked in the New Navigation area, and will be removed from the top. Once that's done, a LARGE portion of the reorganizing will be complete. That is a 'Good Thing'TM.

Until next time!

Rob 'Scarmiglion' Parton

Music Submissions -

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Most Wanted
  • Valkyrie Profile
  • Star Ocean 1 & 2
  • Ephemeral Fantasia
  • Final Fantasy (Wonder Swan Color additions)
  • Skies of Arcadia
  • Golden Sun
  • Suikoden 1 & 2
  • Diablo II
  • Music Notes
  • The following scribings are notes from the composers about their featured pieces in the updates. Their email addresses can be found next to their contributions, found below.

    MP3 Remixes

    "The Dream That Will End Soon" (Final Fantasy X) by Trptcox
    "For those of you fortunate enough to have a copy of this game, you shouldn't be disappointed. This game has some of the most emotional songs of the entire series aside from FF6. Here's something I whipped up an hour later after finishing the game. Please enjoy and all comments are appreciated."

    "Ending Theme Variation" (Super Mario RPG) by Trptcox
    "I did this one a few months ago and somehow forgot to post it. I tried to give the brass a back seat until the end and let the harp and strings take over. It is a bit quiet though -- you might need to turn up those speakers. Again, please E-MAIL me if you like this and want me to continue to do as such."

    Digital Music

    "Palace Theme" (Zelda 2) by Dennis Mott
    *deathmetal grunt lyrics so low you cant understand them*
    Editor's Note: Although I spent little time listening to this, (it's pretty short) now I have the drive to play it again!

  • Track Quiz
  • Congratulations to Sidhe. She's the first to let me know that "What the Forest Taught Me" is from Secret of Mana. Nice work, Sidhe. Sorry about the Rabites!

    MP3 Remixes

    Final Fantasy
    Final Fantasy 6 - Shadow's Theme by K. Praslowicz.
    Final Fantasy 10 - The Dream That Will End Soon by Trptcox.

    Super Mario RPG - Ending Theme (Variation) by Trptcox.

    Midi Composition

    Final Fantasy
    Final Fantasy 4 - Battle Medley (Piano) by Eddie Chiu.

    Zelda 2 - Palace Theme by Chief Ug.

    Digital Music

    Zelda 2 - Zelda 2 - Palace Theme (Metal Mix) by Dennis Mott.

    Tablature, Sheet Music, and Etc


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