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I'm interested in creating remixes of music from video games such as Final Fantasy. I understand that MIDI files exist of this music and can be an excellent reference since they spell out every note, and I was curious if there was a reliable site or archive that offered them for download.

I guess scores could work also, but I'm really new to them.

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I tend to use VGMusic and The Midi Shrine for this kind of thing.

HQMidi also has covers of Final Fantasy theme tunes on there.

Hope that helps! :)

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Thanks! :) I think I found VG before, I just couldn't remember the name. – James Litewski Aug 25 '11 at 17:27

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