Ultima VII

by JD Harding

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about

This is my Ultima VII soundtrack remake project. This took about a year to complete. I'm still always working on improving it, though, if I have the funds and time to do so.

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ATTENTION

I've switched over to Patreon as my main source of funding for projects. This means only my patrons will be able to download my catalog of music. So you cannot download this album here. Sorry.

Patreon : www.patreon.com/jdmusic

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Here's some links of other places I upload my music to, plus social site links. I hope you follow me on one of these sites.

Youtube (for Music videos) : www.youtube.com/c/jdharding

Tumblr (for Updates/News) : jdhardingmusic.tumblr.com

Twitter (for Updates/News) : twitter.com/jdhardingmusic

Picarto (for Live music production streams) : picarto.tv/JDMusic

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USING THIS SOUNDTRACK IN THE EXULT ENGINE

There's a couple ways to get this soundtrack to work in the Exult Ultima VII engine.

The first and longer method is to download the soundtrack from Bandcamp as OGG files, then rename all of the files to their song codes. The code is the first part of each song title. For example, in the title "11bg. Combat", the "11bg" part is the song code that Exult uses. So you would have to rename all of the song filenames here to their respective codes. That's time consuming work.

The other easier way is to download the whole soundtrack as OGG files off of my Google Drive. They're already renamed to the song codes. There's instructions there for how to install the songs into Exult so you can use them within Exult during gameplay.

Complete Ultima VII Soundtrack Remake on Google Drive : drive.google.com/open?id=0B6oN3HAltR9uRmhBNFdWVExqTWs

If you do not know what Exult is, do a search to find it. I will not answer any questions regarding Exult and how it works.

credits

released August 1, 2016

Originally Composed by Dana Karl Glover, Kirk Winterrowd, Herman Miller.
Covered and Produced by JD Harding.

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