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All compositions, ©1996-2008, Justin White. All rights reserved
3 compositions listed 
Just a little thing I've worked on. Its sadly short, but I like it. I'm not terribly happy about the base, but I've never been good with bases.

I named this song Gemini because there's two different 'sounds' one represents the intellectual, peaceful Id and the other is the rambunctious Ego... and then at the end they are both two parts of the same thing.

My Heart is Always Happy
My heart is Always Happy
Even when it's broken,
the peices linger on
into eternity.
Even the worst experience
has a lesson that must
never be forgotten.

This is another peice I wrote four years ago in the MOD format. I originally stole the base and drums from another song and somehow came up with the melody. I converted the song manually into MIDI and embellished the drums a little.

Orchestra of the Empty Soul
This was written during a time when I was in a state of depression many years ago, and ironically it is one of my favorite works.

Originally it was a bit of a dissonate sounding piano peice (named Pianos of the Empty Soul) that came out of pure luck, and was written in the MOD format.

The chords I got from a scene in Final Fantasy 7 video game where you can play the piano, and there's four chords on the piano. I used those chords. Then I wrote the 'melody' using almost only notes found in the chord that was playing at the time. I knew nothing about music, it was more of an experiment.

Today, I converted the song from MOD to MIDI and then changed the piano to orchestral strings, added the String Ensemble and the Cello and the result is as you hear.

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