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Good news for fans of the musical stylings of the Final Fantasy franchise: Square Enix is going to release Modulation, a vinyl album featuring ten musical tracks arranged by composer Nobuo Uematsu. Square Enix describes Modulation as follows:


Nobuo Uematsu himself arranges FINAL FANTASY masterpieces in “Modulation”.


The FINAL FANTASY series calls to mind so many memorable tracks, like “Battle at the Big Bridge (FINAL FANTASY V)”, “Terra’s Theme (FINAL FANTASY VI)”, “Opening – Bombing Mission (FINAL FANTASY VII)”, “To Zanarkand (FINAL FANTASY X)”, and many others.  Comprised of the original sound sources sampled and reconstructed by the original composer, Nobuo Uematsu himself; this collection is now available as a vinyl record.


This is a new “true Uematsu sound” experience, created with a focus on the pure original sound sources and analog sounds, familiar to the ears of fans of these beloved classic titles.


We’re proud to offer a must-have collection for FINAL FANTASY fans that harmonizes the “past and present” of the series’ iconic music!


A promotional photograph of composer Nobuo Uematsu, most famous for his musical arrangements for the Final Fantasy video game series.


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The track list for Modulation (subject to change) includes:


  • “Main Theme” (FINAL FANTASY I)
  • “Battle Theme 2” (FINAL FANTASY II)
  • “Eternal Wind” (FINAL FANTASY III)
  • “Battle at the Big Bridge” (FINAL FANTASY V)
  • “Terra’s Theme” (FINAL FANTASY VI)
  • “Opening – Bombing Mission” (FINAL FANTASY VII)
  • “Blue Fields” (FINAL FANTASY VIII)
  • “Terra ~ Bran Bal, the Soulless Village” (FINAL FANTASY IX)
  • “To Zanarkand” (FINAL FANTASY X)


Modulation will be released in August of 2022. The album retails for $54.99 US, and pre-orders are currently available via the Square Enix Store.



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Official Modulation home page (English version)


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