SNES-style RPG Music

Started by Sase, November 28, 2013, 04:22:56 pm

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November 28, 2013, 04:22:56 pm Last Edit: January 21, 2014, 04:14:47 pm by Sase
These are some pieces I've been making for various projects during the past 6 months. I have a lot of more but they are MIDI's. If anyone is interested I can maybe post some of them too, but I'm going to stick with higher quality for now.

Please watch these in HD. It improves (if even slightly) the sound quality.
The pictures in the videos are just random screenshots in my RPG Maker folder.

Main Theme
This is a main theme of sorts. I envisioned it to start off the game, playing in the first introductionary scenes as well as some important storyline points during the later parts of the game. It has a marching snare through the whole track, and an epic trumpet entrance.
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Thief's Theme
This was made for a RM2k3 project as a theme of a clever bandit. It has a mischievous sound to it. Oddly it sounds almost worse than the original MIDI version.
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Mystic Forest
This is supposed to create an atmosphere to a forest where everything isn't like it looks.
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Lone wolf
This was supposed to be a character theme for an alcoholic mercenary, but I scrapped the idea a couple days after I finished this track. I still like it though. The latter half is somewhat epic, and was supposed to be played on certain scenes unveiling the character's past.
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If you want the MP3 or MIDI file (or a request) you can just ask for it on skype (id: namukukko). All of these tracks loop in RPG Maker.

midi playlist:


I like them, though my favorite is mystic forest. Lone wolf is second favorite.. And I must say, they certainly did make me think back to older games because of the style =)   good work, keep it up!
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Sase has an extremely polished style.  His RPG Music literally sounds like someone chopped off Nobuo Uematsu's head and stuck it on Yasunori Mitsuda's body. 
If you showed me any of these songs and told me they were in actual SNES RPG's, and if I hadn't played like most of them all the way through, I'd believe you.


Hey, I uploaded some of my own favourites of my vast midi collection to youtube. Give them a listen!

Includes a battle theme, a town theme and two boss battle themes.