Friday, February 29, 2008


Hello all! I'm really excited to be attending the Final Fantasy Distant Worlds concert this weekend. I made a little drawing to celebrate the event. I have printed it, and here's to hoping Mr. Uematsu will autograph it for me! I look forward to reporting on the event when I return. See you then!

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Thanks for 7,000 hits!!

Once again, a big thank you to those who visit my page. Here's a couple things I've done in the last few days:

Legend of Xanadu II Boss fight 3! I am making all new, high quality recordings of this great game by Falcom. Enjoy this boss fight video!

A new Megaman drawing, done in more of an anime style:

Thursday, February 21, 2008


It's about one week away until March 1st, the hype is building! I haven't been to a game concert since Play! in Stockholm last June, and I'm ready! With this post I wanted to give some tips for those attending the show or the meet and greet session with Nobuo Uematsu and Arnie Roth.

1. Arrive at the venue early with your camera.

Trust me, I have seen Nobuo Uematsu and Yasunori Mitsuda walking outside a theater before the show started. That will be a good opportunity to meet Mr. Uematsu before the meet and greet. Many people may not even know what Mr. Uematsu looks like.

My photo with Akira Yamaoka below? That was taken before the concert, when he was walking around outside taking pictures of the concert hall. I have a feeling that nobody knew who he was. I thought I may be intruding, but he was extremely nice.
All of the composers I have met have been wonderful. Remember to be respectful if you see a good opportunity.

2. Bring stuff to get autographed.

I have heard many fans who said they should have brought something to get autographed. Remember, it's not every day an opportunity like this comes along. Don't forget anything.
You may hear something like "only one picture or one item to get signed". You'll have to be quick and resourceful, if you want to get a bunch of games or CDs signed, open all of them beforehand. Either the liner notes or the discs themselves. It can be done.
The line will be long for the meet & greet, and no one wants to be there all night.

3. Don't forget your camera!

If you would like a picture with Mr. Uematsu, don't forget your camera, especially if you had to lock it up before the concert.In my experience, cameras are allowed in the meeting sessions, but may not be allowed during the concert. Although with so many camera phones out there, it's a little hard to control that now.
If you don't have a camera, maybe someone in the line will be nice and take a picture for you, and e-mail it afterwards!

One last thing. I am unsure if they will make you turn in your bag, if you bring stuff to get autographed. My tip is to bring those items in something smaller, it will be less likely for someone on staff at the theater to see it and ask you to turn it in. Otherwise, you'll have to run and get it after the show, and there could be a line, and it will delay you getting a good spot in line for the meeting session.

Hope this can be of some help, and I look forward to seeing you all there!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

My First Game Music Video

I made my first Game Music Video (GMV) with Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children to go along with the killer Hellion Sounds version of Jenova. Hope you like it!

Project Majestic Mix KFSS Studios Farewell

I received the unfortunate e-mail, as I'm sure many of you have, that Project Majestic Mix will cease operating soon. The website will be up for seven more days, and then taken down indefinitely on February 26th. I'd like to thank you all at Majestic Mix/KFSS for all the joy you brought this fan of game music through your wonderful works, and wish you all the best of luck in the future. I hope your plans to return one day will bring you more success than you can handle. Thanks again for the great music and memories!