Here is some music I made for my games a couple years ago. They're all in midi form. They are a bit old and they all have a few mistakes, some of which I have already learned from but have yet to fix. I'll probably end up redoing all of these completely at some point. One problem that seems to be almost universal for me is that I have a lot of trouble managing the volumes between the different channels... So if you find that one instrument is entirely too compared to the rest, umm... I'm sorry. I also have had a lot of trouble with percussion so far, it seems. My percussion tracks always end up being really repetitive.
Despite the problems I really like all of these, I hope you guys do too. Any comments/criticisms are encouraged! I want to get better at composing so I can score my games, so if there is anything that you think could be improved, please let me know. Thanks!
Theme for a school onboard a giant airship.
Ancient Holy Village
A town theme.
Danger Draws Near
A danger/escape theme, probably my favorite that I've done so far.
Exploring the Caverns
A cave theme.
Another cave/dungeon theme.
An electronic normal battle theme.
Another battle theme, this one more orchestral. (Beware, volume is really messed up here. Everything is too quiet besides the percussion, which is too loud. Needs work...)
Weaving the Dreamscape
An intro theme for one of the characters in a game that takes place in a dream world.