Fanfare (3)

Game Name: Final Fantasy 7

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Added by: Dave Harris  Added: 2009-06-22

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Upload Date and Time: 05/21/2009 23:34:41

Uploaded by:  (King Meteor)

Game System: Sony Playstation
Game Name: Final Fantasy 7
Song Title: Fanfare (3)
Sequenced by: King Meteor
Other Information: You may find it strange that I labelled the string tracks "String Ensemble 1&2."
That's because I used String Ensemble 1 for the first part with the short notes and switched it so String Ensemble 2 for the long notes at the end.
I did this so that the strings would easily crescendo into the long notes.
However, some devices may play the patches differently, so it might sound a bit weird. But if you listen in MSGS, you'll be fine.

The jazz guitar may not have been the best instrument for the lead, but it works pretty well.
Obviously, the best instrument would have been a scratchy saw wave, but I don't have the priviledge of using GS patches.
(I know all I have to do is download Jazz+ or Winjammer Pro, but I'm too lazy)

Having said all that, though, this MIDI sounds pretty good.

-MIDI Header Information-
MIDI Type: 1
Number of Tracks: 15
Delta Time Setting: 960

-Midi TrackName Analysis-
Track 0
Fingered Bass
Trombone (echo)
Trumpet (echo)
Jazz Guitar
Jazz Guitar (echo)
Jazz Guitar (echo)
String Ensemble 1&2 (Left)
Percussion (Power Kit)
String Ensemble 1&2 (Left) (echo)
String Ensemble 1&2 (Right)
String Ensemble 1&2 (Right) (echo)
"Fanfare" from Final Fantasy VII, sequenced by King Meteor