Music (Radical Dreamers)

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Complete Track List[edit]

All tracks composed by Yasunori Mitsuda.

Note that if you are looking for Radical Dreamers remixes, several tracks from Radical Dreamers were incorporated or directly placed into the Chrono Cross soundtrack by Yasunori Mitsuda. In terms of incorporation without direct placement, Far Promise ~ Dream Shore appears in 7. On the Beach of Dreams ~ Another World ~, 59. The Dream that Time Dreams, and Epilogue ~ Dream Shore's opening few notes appear in 56. Jellyfish Sea. If you're looking for the game's instrumentation samples, get them here: Radical Dreamers SFC.

Click on a track to view which albums it appears on and its existing remixes and arrangements.

1. Summer Day
2. Under The Moonlight
3. Strange Presentiment
4. Sneaking Around
5. Gale
6. Viper Mansion
7. The Girl Who Stole the Stars
8. Far Promise ~ Dream Shore
9. Requiem ~ Dream Shore
10. Frozen Flame
11. Portal to Open Grounds
12. Facing
13. Final Confrontation
14. Epilogue ~ Dream Shore
15. Ending ~ Le Trésor Interdit
16. Dungeon Ambience
17. Footsteps Ambience
18. Forest Ambience
19. Industrial Ambience
20. Poltergeist Ambience
21. Ratchet Ambience
22. River Ambience
23. Wind Ambience
24. Huh? (Sound Effect)

Official Releases[edit]

To Far Away Times: Chrono Trigger & Chrono Cross Arrangement Album[edit]

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Compact Disc (42:32), Vinyl LP

Composed by: Yasunori Mitsuda
Arranged by: Tomohiko Kira, Sachiko Miyano, Kumi Tanioka, Yasunori Mitsuda, Laura Shigihara, Natsumi Kameoka, Kazune Ogihara
Performed by: EKS Masters Orchestra (Tsunehiro Shigyo, Masahide Denda, Yoshitaka Hirooka, Mizue Akaike, Kimiko Nakagawa, Koji Suzuki, Kozue Harada, Naoko Umae, Kota Nagahara, Eri Takimura, Tetsuo Tsushima, Ayumu Koshikawa, Naoko Wakatabi, You Mashiko, Takahiro Enokido, Sachiko Suda, Taku Koike, Mayuko Takagi, Tomoya Kikuchi, Wataru Mukai, Rentaro Tomioka, Shiori Shimizu, Koji Akaike, Koichi Yonenaga), Millennial Fair (Koko Komine, Sarah Àlainn, Laura Shigihara, Akio Noguchi, Akihisa Tsuboy, Yuka Fujino, Tomohiko Kira, Natsuki Kido, Kumi Tanioka, Chiaki Umeda, AKIRA, Hitoshi Kusunoki, Yasunori Mitsuda)
Lyrics by: Koko Komine, Sarah Àlainn, Laura Shigihara
Release: October 14, 2015
Catalogue: SQEX-10501 (VGMdb Listing)

This is the fabled Chrono Cross arranged album announced in January 2005. In December 2008, Yasunori Mitsuda posted one track to Procyon Studio for preview. Click the track below to download. It was finally released in 2015 with tracks from Chrono Trigger as well.

Mitsuda left words to fans in the insert:

Come to think of it, I've wanted to make an album like this for a while now. Of course, it didn't always have a title like To Far Away Times. When Chrono Cross was released, I wondered, "What happened to Kid, or Schala, after the ending? Was she able to cross time and meet Serge?" I was sure the players felt the same way. The characters, each with his or her own grand story to tell, are what make the Chrono series unique. Kid and Schala, however, were particularly prominent characters in both games and are very special to me; so, for a long time, I wanted to reapproach them from a musical standpoint. The Chrono Cross soundtrack has three discs entitled "Cause," "Unveiling," and "Change," and I dreamed of one day adding another called "Connection" as Kid and Schala's album. That dream has at last been realized here as To Far Away Times. This album, connected to my own feelings towards Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross, has finally given me closure. Kid's journey doesn't end here, though. It transcends time and continues on into eternity. Until the day we meet again, Kid.

Track List

  1. Time's Scar 4:47
  2. RADICAL DREAMERS 5:31
  3. Wind Scene 4:28
  4. Schala's Theme 4:07
  5. The Frozen Flame 3:21
  6. Marbule 4:01
  7. The Bend of Time 3:35
  8. Corridors of Time 3:54
  9. On The Other Side / Epilogue ~ To Good Friends 4:12
  10. To Far Away Times 4:36

Purchase

Amazon.co.jp (3,240 Yen for the CD)

Note that a vinyl LP was also released (VGMdb page).

Images

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Unofficial Releases[edit]

.spc Rips[edit]


What is an .spc?

An SPC700 sound file (or SPC) is a type of video game music file consisting of a copy of a program and music data from RAM used by the SPC700 sound chip on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System or Super Famicom (though such data is usually obtained from a console emulator such as ZSNES or Snes9x, rather than from the system itself). The SPC700 chip (or emulator thereof) produces sound by executing the embedded program, which processes the stored music data and transforms them to a set of DSP commands responsible for reproducing sounds. The capabilities of the SPC700 DSP commands allow for music synthesis by samples (analogous to MOD or IT music playback); therefore it is possible to store, in only 64 kilobytes worth of data, music which, if stored as a digital audio waveform (eg. the format used in CDs), might take up several megabytes.

From: Wikipedia

.spc players can be found at Zophar.net. SNESAmp is the recommended choice.


Albums and Doujins[edit]

See: Albums and Doujins


Remixes[edit]


Chrono Compendium[edit]

These are remixes which have fallen outside the major sites or were personally submitted to the Compendium.

6. Viper Mansion

7. The Girl Who Stole the Stars

8. Far Promise ~ Dream Shore

14. Epilogue ~ Dream Shore

15. Ending ~ Le Trésor Interdit

Multi-Track


Overclocked ReMix[edit]

Overclocked ReMix is a video game music remixing organization. Despite having wonky and weird leadership, it maintains a large collection of generally decent remixes.

From: http://www.ocremix.org

ThaSauce[edit]

ThaSauce is a remixing / video game music news site with its own original remix subdivision.


VGMix[edit]

VGMix X sucks, and the promised archive of VGMix 2 did not appear. Until then, you may find an archive of remixes here or by clicking the links below. Check the text file to see if you have any we're missing, then contact chronocompendium@gmail.com.'

VGMix is part of a community of amateur musicians who write arrangements of video game music.

From: http://www.vgmix.com

Please note that only remixes that have been rated Above-Average appear here for quality control.

Stuff of Legends

Must-Haves

Good Stuff

VGMix X


Other[edit]


Chrono Trigger Resurrection

These rearrangements were made by tssf for Chrono Trigger Resurrection. He released them to his forums in late 2004; many are incomplete.


Dwelling of Duels

Dwelling of Duels is a monthly remixing competition.

December 2006

2: 'Running After You' by Darangen

October 2012

13: 'Radical ChronoGears' by Ivan Hakstok


OCReMix WIPs


OCReMoved

OCReMoved are former OCReMixes that have been removed from the site at the request of the author (who wishes to withdraw from the site) or by administrative quality decision.


oldwhtman

oldwhtman is a Youtuber who beautifully covers video game music with his acoustic guitar.


OneUp Studios

OneUp was started in 2002 by Dale North and Mustin to arrange video game music with a new flavour and then license and sell those arrangements on CD. Since its inception, Mustin has acquired sole ownership of the company, and OUS is still changing the minds of game music naysayers all over the world.

From: http://www.oneupstudios.com


OverLooked ReMiX

'OverLooked ReMiX' is, in their own words, "dedicated to ridiculous interpretations of video game music and video game culture". While many of the remixes strive to be as unpleasant to the ears as possible, several are true gems overlooked by the mainstream remixing community. Even the lousy ones are worth a listen.


Personal Remixes

Personal remixes are remixes hosted on other sites with no connections to OCReMix, VGMix, OneUpStudios, or other major game arranging centers.


VGMix 1

Recovered from the first iteration of VGMix.


VGMix WIPs

VGMix WIPs are works in progress posted to receive feedback on remixes. While often unpolished, they are nonetheless capable of inspiration and conceptual beauty.


VGMusic MIDIs

http://www.VGMusic.com is an archive of MIDIs from various games.

From: Music