The soundtrack includes six tracks not included in the game used in promotional stages. When writing music for a movie, the timings are fixed and you can write things very precisely to match each and every cue. Writing for games is very different. Although the music can't always be written to match the scene you have much more time to develop themes and impressions over the course of the game. Using sounds, melodies and chords you can control the impact this has on the player. Yasumi Matsuno , the game's original director, chose Sakimoto to compose the music.
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Additional music was provided by Masaharu Iwata and Hayato Matsuo , who also orchestrated the opening and ending themes. An abridged version of the latter piece, which originally accompanied a promotional video for the game, was included in the official soundtrack album. The soundtrack received mixed reviews from critics; while several felt that it was an excellent album, others disagreed, finding it to be a good soundtrack but lacking in substance. Common complaints about the album were the large number of filler tracks, which seemed to be uninspired and hurt the soundtrack as a whole. However, several reviewers commented on "Kiss Me Good-bye", finding it to be one of the soundtrack's strongest areas. The singles for the soundtrack were very well received by critics, who found them to be very enjoyable but short in duration, and the piano album was considered by reviewers to be one of the best in the series. Sakimoto did not meet with Uematsu for direction on creating the soundtrack and tried to avoid copying Uematsu's style from previous Final Fantasy soundtracks. However, he did attempt to ensure that his style would mesh with Uematsu's "Kiss Me Good-Bye" and the overall vision of the series. Of these, all but "Clash on the Big Bridge" are recurring pieces used in almost every Final Fantasy game. The limited edition of the soundtrack included a page booklet featuring artwork for the game and providing information about the soundtrack.
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