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Old Jul 13, 2018, 06:08 AM
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Do the liner notes say which tracks debuted in the original Stormblood release and which are from "The Legend Returns", "Rise of a New Sun" and "Under the Moonlight'?
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Old Jul 13, 2018, 07:15 AM
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I haven’t seen the liner notes yet as my copy hasn’t arrived, but they’re actually separated this time by patch in the track listing!
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Old Jul 15, 2018, 06:05 AM
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How do you mean? All of the Ivalice tracks are together right before the Tsukuyomi battle themes, and some of them must surely be from "The Legend Returns", which is not right before "Under the Moonlight".
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Old Jul 15, 2018, 06:57 AM
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How do you mean? All of the Ivalice tracks are together right before the Tsukuyomi battle themes, and some of them must surely be from "The Legend Returns", which is not right before "Under the Moonlight".
These are also Ivalice tracks from the first Ivalice raid:

60 Character Creation
61 Save / Load Screen
62 Protagonist's Theme
63 Background Story
64 Trisection
65 Precipitous Combat
66 The Enemy Approaches
67 Ultima's Transformation
68 Victory
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Old Jul 15, 2018, 08:10 AM
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Yeah, the Ivalician tracks were definitely split between 4.1 and 4.3; they're not all just lumped together.
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Old Jul 18, 2018, 05:07 AM
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Ah, I didn't realize, thanks! So I take it the first lot of Ivalician tracks are from "The Legend Returns", are the second lot from "Rise of a New Sun" or from "Under the Moonlight"? If anyone could tell me where each of the three patches' sections begins on the soundtrack, I would greatly appreciate it; I sort my iPod playlist tracks chronologically (that is, I put songs from other games and their updates that came out between these patches between the songs from these patches).

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Old Jul 23, 2018, 08:35 AM
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Are "Beauty's Wicked Wiles (Oasis Mix)" and "Pa-paya Demastered" actually in the game, or just album arrangements?
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Old Jul 23, 2018, 08:43 AM
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Are "Beauty's Wicked Wiles (Oasis Mix)" and "Pa-paya Demastered" actually in the game, or just album arrangements?
To answer your previous question (to the best of my knowledge):

4.0: 1-50~52
4.1: 53-68
4.2: 69-84~86
4.3: 87-105

Tracks 51, 52 and 85, 86 may be part of the next patch or some combo there of.

As for Oasis Mix, that is most certainly in the game (if it plays where I think it does, in 4.1). I haven't heard the latter, but I don't suspect it is a bonus arrangement.
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Old Jul 24, 2018, 05:25 AM
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Thanks a lot!
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Old Oct 9, 2018, 10:28 AM
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Wanted to chime in to ask whether it'd be feasible to update the "Platforms represented" portion of the page? The release of the Stormblood expansion of FFXIV back in June 2017 actually marked the point where Square-Enix dropped support for PS3.
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Old Oct 9, 2018, 10:05 PM
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Good catch. It's gone now!
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I haven't heard the latter, but I don't suspect it is a bonus arrangement.
I am a bit late to the conversation, but they are from seasonal events. Papaya Demastered was from a minigame in the event.


=Chronology of releases and events=
51: The Rising 2017 (game's anniversary event)
[4.1 released Oct 2017]
52: Starlight Celebration 2017 (Christmas event)
[4.2 released Jan 2018]
85: Little Ladies' Day 2018 (Hinamatsuri event)
86: Hatching-tide 2018 (Easter event)
[4.3 released May 2018]

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Old Dec 21, 2018, 02:23 PM
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Made some edits to the Album Info per the inserts:

- Removed Masayoshi Soken, added Nobuo Uematsu as composer for M59
- Added arrangement credit for "ARTUS" to M59 (which presumably is Kenichi Kuroda, since he is the only ARTUS team member represented here)
- Cleaned up Album Info to more closely match inserts.
- Added Lyricists
- Added GUNN, Eikichi Iwai, Tetsuya Tachibana, Yoshimi Tsujimoto, Atsuko Matsuzaki, People of Ala Mhigo people, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Mih Khetto Chorus to Performers
- Corrected typos (Masato Matuda --> Masato Matsuda, Keitaro Ose --> Keitaro Oue)
- Corrected typo: Kentarou Katsube --> Kentarou Katube, but this might actually be correct as Katsube. I'm not sure. It's written as Katube in the inserts so I'll leave it as that unless evidence surfaces otherwise. Neither artist has an entry and I didn't look too hard.
- Added two engineers: Kuniaki "Teppei" Tanaka, Eriko Iijima


Original Album Info before I modified it:

Quote:
Composition:
Masayoshi Soken: 1-20, 22-27, 29-33, 35-45, 51, 53, 54, 56-59, 69, 71-73, 75, 82, 83, 85, 86, 89, 90, 91, 93, 94, 104, 105
Yukiko Takada: 21, 34, 55, 74, 87, 88
Nobuo Uematsu: 28, 46-50, 52, 76-81, 84, 92, 102, 103
Masaharu Iwata: 60, 63, 95
Hitoshi Sakimoto: 61, 62, 64-68, 96-101
Naoshi Mizuta: 70

Arrangement:
Yoshitaka Suzuki: 1, 17, 31, 44
Masayoshi Soken: 2, 4, 5, 8, 15, 16, 20, 22-24, 26-28, 33, 42, 47-52, 56-59, 71-73, 75-83, 85, 86, 89, 104, 105
Kenichi Kuroda: 3, 12-14, 18, 30, 43
Yukiko Takada: 6, 9, 11, 19, 21, 25, 29, 32, 34, 35, 37, 39, 41, 54, 55, 69, 74, 87, 88, 90
Hiroki Masutani: 7, 40
Sachiko Miyano: 10, 45, 94
Hiroki Masutani & Masayoshi Soken: 36
Kenichi Kuroda & Masayoshi Soken: 38, 53, 103
Tsutomu Narita: 46, 84
Masaharu Iwata: 60, 63, 95
Hitoshi Sakimoto: 61, 62, 64-68, 96-102
Naoshi Mizuta: 70
Masayoshi Soken & GUNN: 91-93

Sound Director and Composer: Masayoshi Soken
Additional Composer: Yukiko Takada


<<ARTUS Inc.>>
Additional Composer: Kenichi Kuroda


<<SHANGRI-LA INC.>>
Orchestrator: Sachiko Miyano
Contractors: Tsutomu Satomi
Recording & Mix Engineer: Toru Okitsu
Assistant Engineer: Yuta Tateishi


Additional Composer: Yoshitaka Suzuki


Flute: Dogen Kinowaki
Piccolo/Flute: Shino Saito
Oboe: Bunkichi Arakawa, Kanami Araki
Clarinet: Hidehito Naka, Yuka Takashi
Fagotto: Mariko Fukushi, Hiroaki Kimizuka
Horn: Tatsuo Nippashi, Kenta Yano, Hana Inoue, Eri Shomura
Trumpet: Kenichi Tsujimoto, Toshio Tanaka, Shun Ito
Trombone: Eijiro Nakagawa, Hikaru Koga, Koichi Nonoshita
Tuba: Shinpei Tsugita
Harp: Tomoyuki Asakawa
Soprano: Yoshiko Katsuki, Rumi Kitahara, Maiko Futami
Alto: Akiko Fukuma, Eri Hoshino, Shinobu Hasegawa
Tenor: Katsuhiko Nakashima, Takashi Otsuki, Yuzuru Tsuchizaki
Bass: Shigeru Hatakeyama, Motoi Oiwake, Kei Yonashiro
Strings: EKS Masters Orchestra
1st Violin: Takumi Kamoriya, Kota Nagahara, Takayuki Oshikane, Fumihiro Fukutome, Eri Takimura, Mizue Akaike, Kanako Ito, Rina Odera
2nd Violin: Yasunao Ishida, Tsunehiro Shigyo, Yoshitaka Hirooka, Yoshiyuki Kosugi, Hiroko Ota, Ayumi Akahashi
Viola: Takahiro Enokido, Hiroshi Nagakura, Sachiko Suda, Midori Maruyama, Aya Osumi
Cello: Ayano Kasahara, Takaya Kimura, Shinozaki Yuki, Makito Nishiya, Fumie Kato
Contrabass: Koji Akaike, Koichi Yonenaga, Seiichi Sumi


Main Theme - "Revolutions"
Score: Nobuo Uematsu
Orchestration: Tsutomu Narita
Vocal: Susan Calloway
String section: Oshikane Strings
1st Violin: Takayuki Oshikane, Yuki Sugiyama, Osamu Iyoku, Miho Shimokawa, Motoko Fujie, Kaoru Kuroki, Yuki Nanjou, Nagisa Sasaki
2nd Violin: Nagisa Kiriyama, Yu Sugino, Toshirou Murai, Yukiko Iwato, Akane Irie, Kenta Kuroki
Viola: Amiko Watabe, Takahiro Enokido, Tomomi Watanabe, Tomoko Shimaoka
Violoncello: Takahiro Yuki, Ayane Kasahara, Masaru Tamagawa, Yuki Mizuno
Contrabass: Jun Saito, Shigeki Ippon
Flute: Kei Sakamoto, Satoko Yokoyama
Oboe: Takayuki Mogami, Keitaro Ose
Clarinet: Hidehito Naka, Yuki Hamazaki
Bassoon: Osamu Fukui, Yuki Sato
Horn: Otohiko Fujita, Atsushi Douyama
Trumpet: Yusuke Nakano, Teppei Kawakami, Ryusuke Kanke
Trombone: Kanade Shishiuchi, Kentarou Katsube, Ryouta Fujii
Tuba: Masanori Honma
Percussions: Tomoko Kusakari, Yuya Tanaka
Piano: Masato Matuda
Harp: Yuko Taguchi


Recording and Mixing Engineer: Hiroyuki Akita
Assistant Engineers: Seiya Kawagoe, Tomotake Sahashi
Recording Studio: AVACO CREATIVE STUDIO
Vocal Recording Engineer: Mathew Prock
Vocal Recording Director: Arnie Roth
Vocal Recording Studio: AWR Music Studio
Music Engraver: Takayasu Seo (Ruth-ya)
Musician Coordinator: Yuichi Uchida (UCHIDA ONGAKU JIMUSHO)
Musical Director: Hiroki Ogawa (Dog Ear Records)
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Old Dec 21, 2018, 02:31 PM
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Not sure if anyone will find this useful but here's the Chapter breakdown before I get rid of it locally. As with most SQEX BD releases for some reason a lot of the tracks are repeated on the disc. Not sure why they do that, maybe it has to do with transitions or faster seeking or something to do with the authoring process.

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00 Primals Music Video 1 - Under the Weight
01 Primals Music Video 2 - Rise
02
  Deltascape
  Omega2
  Decisions
  Final, Not Final
  Trisection
  Precipitous Combat
  Ultima's Transformation
  Victory
  The Phantom  Train to Sigmascape
  A Battle Decisively
  Dancing Mad - Movement I
  Dancing Mad - Movement II
  Dancing Mad - Movement III
  Dancing Mad - Movement IV
  Ascent
  Boss Battle
  The Mystery of Giruvegan
  Apoplexy
  Flash of Steel
  Victory Fanfare (FFXII Version)
03  
  Looping in the Deepest Fringes
  Their Deadly Mission
  Dawnbound
  Triumph
  The Open Box
  Revelation
  Riot
  At Both Ends
  Most Unworthy
  Gates of the Moon
  Deception
  Beauty's Wicked Wiles
  Alienus
  Liberty or Death
  The Worm's Tail
  Beauty's Wicked Wiles (Oasis Mix)
  Far From Home
  Rival Wings
  Birds of Prey
  Forever in Flames
  Beyond Redemption
  Down Where Daemons Dwell
  Answer on High
  Todoroki
  Amatsu Kaze
  Unbreakable (Duality)
  Magicked Skulls
  No Quarter
  Dangertek
  Earth, Wind, and Water
  Fallen Angel (From Astral to Umbral)
  Primal Judgement (From Astral to Umbral)
  Under the Weight (From Astral to Umbral)
  Ultima (Orchestral Version)
  Nightbloom
  Lunacy
  Wayward Daughter
04
  Afterglow
  Westward Tide
  He Rises Above
  A Mother's Pride
  Crimson Sunset
  Hope Forgotten
  The Stone Remembers
  Old Wounds
05
  Impact
  Beyond the Wall
  On High
  Crimson Sunrise
  Liquid Flame
  A Father's Pride
  Drowning in the Horizon
  Songs of Salt and Suffering
  Indomitable
  Keepers of the Lock
  Wicked Winds Whisper
  Seven Hundred Seventy-Seven Whiskers
06
  Storm of Blood
  Prelude - Long March Home
07
  Impact
  Beyond the Wall
  Looping in the Deepest Fringes
  Afterglow
  Their Deadly Mission
  On High
08
  With Giants Watching
  The Measure of Our Reach
  Procedamus in Pace
09
  Dawnbound
  Triumph
  Crimson Sunrise
  Liquid Flame
10
  Wing and a Prayer
  Cradle
11
  The Open Box
  Westward Tide
12 
  Far East of Eorzea
  Shell-shocked
13 
  Revelation
  Riot
  At Both Ends
14
  A Father's Pride
  Drowning in the Horizon
15
  He Rises Above
  Most Unworthy
16
  A Mother's Pride
  Gates of the Moon
17
  Crimson Sunset
  Deception
  Hope Forgotten
  Beauty's Wicked Wiles
  The Stone Remembers
  Alienus
  Old Wounds
  Songs of Salt and Suffering
  Liberty or Death
  The Worm's Tail
18
  The Measure of His Reach
  Revolutions
19
  Deltascape
  Omega2
  Decisions
  Final, Not Final
20
  Wizardly
  Starlit Gateway
21
  Beauty's Wicked Wiles (Oasis Mix)
  Far From Home
  Indomitable
  Rival Wings
  Birds of Prey
  Forever in Flames
  Beyond Redemption
22 
  Character Creation
  Save / Load Screen
  Protagonist's Theme
  Background Story
23
  Trisection
  Precipitous Combat
24
  Ultima's Transformation
  Victory
  Down Where Daemons Dwell
25
  Answer on High
  Todoroki
  Amatsu Kaze
  Keepers of the Lock
  Unbreakable (Duality)
  The Phantom Train to Sigmascape
  A Battle Decisively
  Dancing Mad - Movement I
  Dancing Mad - Movement II
  Dancing Mad - Movement III
  Dancing Mad - Movement IV
  Wicked Winds Whisper
  Magicked Skulls
  No Quarter
26
  Siren Song
  Pa-Paya Demastered
27
  Dangertek
  Earth, Wind, and Water
  Fallen Angel (From Astral to Umbral)
  Primal Judgment (From Astral to Umbral)
  Under the Weight (From Astral to Umbral)
  Ultima (Orchestral Version)
28
  World Map
  A Chapel
29
  Ascent
  Boss Battle
  The Mystery of Giruvegan
  Apoplexy
  Flash of Steel
  Victory Fanfare (FFXII Version)
  Nightbloom
  Lunacy
  Wayward Daughter
30 - Download Instructions Screen
31 - 3 seconds of nothing, probably a screen or menu transition
32 - Cover Screen
33~36 - In Game Mount Previews or something
37
  Wasshoi, Wasshoi!
38
  Seven Hundred Seventy-Seven Whiskers
39
  Iroha
40
  The Enemy Approaches
41
  Parting Ways
42
  Heroes of Stormblood
43
  Cyan's Theme
44
  Harmony
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Old Dec 22, 2019, 02:13 AM
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Error it track 11 name.
Should be "Procedamus in Pace".
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Why is Nobuo Uematsu credited for the full composition of "Nightbloom" (track 103)? Yes, he wrote the Revolutions motif, but it's very short in the actual song and he wasn't involved in the composition at all. I don't mind him being credited for this motif, but having Soken completely exempt from the composition of "Nightbloom" is just wrong.
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Why is Nobuo Uematsu credited for the full composition of "Nightbloom" (track 103)? Yes, he wrote the Revolutions motif, but it's very short in the actual song and he wasn't involved in the composition at all. I don't mind him being credited for this motif, but having Soken completely exempt from the composition of "Nightbloom" is just wrong.
That is how it is printed in the insert credits, therefore it is not wrong.
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That is how it is printed in the insert credits, therefore it is not wrong.
I see, I didn't notice that, quite strange!
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It would be much appreciated if someone could upload the scans of the whole booklet.
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