I've been planning on port this soundtrack with a LOT of accuracy, especially because one of its main features is that not only its the only NES game that uses FM synthesis as the entire music, but because I wanted some challenge to port as accurate as possible, and make all the samples being very high quality as well.
Important note that I will only submit them on the music section once I finish the soundtrack. (to make things more organized on the submissions)
These ports sound quite promising especially since you only started a few days before C3.
I'm really looking forward to you releasing the entire OST in the section. These tracks sound pretty great for being NES songs.
I've never heard of Lagrange Point before, but it certainly seems to have a neat soundtrack, as demonstrated through these excellent ports! It does sound so far like you've succeeded in making the samples high quality, because that's literally how I'd describe them.
It'll be really cool to hear the rest of the soundtrack when you're done with it!
I'm not familiar with this game and if anything the name reminds me of the uni work I need to do, ugh and I'm surprised to find it's a NES game. The tracks fit quite nicely with the samples you're using.
Pretty solid ports overall. Looking forward to seeing more of your work in the future
damn, that's a surprising amount of people who don't know about the fact the VRC7 is a thing, smh
Anyway, Lagrange Point is always a soundtrack that I always knew about but never tried to listen to it, and personally, even if the VRC7 is based around a much more limited FM synth chip than something the Sega Genesis would have (IIRC it's based around the YM2413, which was used in some Master System games I think), my own experience with sampling FM sounds tell me that shit wasn't easy despite it not being as powerful or high-end as other FM chips, so good job lmao
Incredible work you have here. Also, it was very interesting to know the real limits you could do with NES' engine. Any less suspecting people wouldn't ever imagine that these music would come from a 8-bit console. Nice.