The sound of Final Fantasy 16 is a marriage of orchestral arrangements and electronic elements, creating a unique, otherworldly atmosphere. Composer Masayoshi Soken incorporates traditional instruments such as strings and woodwinds with synthesizers and electric guitars to bring the game’s world to life. The result is a captivating soundscape that complements the game’s narrative and enhances the player’s immersion.
As the development for Final Fantasy 16 continues, the team is focused on finding the perfect main theme. The melody needs to capture the essence of the game’s storyline and characters. Composers are experimenting with different instruments and tones to help find the perfect sound. Ultimately, the main theme needs to be iconic and memorable, just like the classic Final Fantasy themes before it.
As any Final Fantasy fan knows, the Victory Fanfare is an iconic piece of music that signals triumph after a heated battle. In Part 2 of our music series, we delve into the origins of this beloved melody and how it has evolved over the years. From its debut in the original Final Fantasy to its latest rendition in Final Fantasy 16, join us as we explore the Victory Fanfare’s enduring legacy.