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Dwight Delleva got interested in music composition through the love of the music of the hit video game Final Fantasy. He was 17 years old when he started using freeware midi composing programs such as Midget and many others specifically the trial version of Midi Maker where most of his novice musical compositions were made and was later enhanced through using sequencers and other utilities. His primary influence are the works of Mr. Nobuo Uematsu, the composer of several songs in the Final Fantasy series. He at least finished five pieces using Midi Maker for composing songs. Dwight is also interested in photography, drawing, and writing.
The following list were all done and finished on the trial version of MidiMaker.
Hazy Dizzy His very own first original composition entitled Hazy Dizzy because of the changing musical pattern.
Mixy Breezy The music was from the video game Final Fantasy 8. The original version contains one instrument only (guitar strings) and was slow and peaceful but his composition was jazzy and there are at least 5 or more new instruments used.
Double Harry Trouble A remake of the The Harry Potter movie theme fused with Double Trouble song played on the third Harry Potter installment The Prisoner of Azkaban.
Dancemitation A very simple composition study.
Silenced Another study. The intro of the song The Sound of Silence.
The following list were done using three programs; Live Midi Keyboard for the tune, Hammerhead for the drum accompaniment and MP3 my MP3 for recording.
Tomb theme of the video game series, Tomb Raider.
He had also revived folksongs songs using Midi Quartet and Babya Logic;
Leron-Leron Sinta Paru-parung Bukid Dandansoy Magtanim ay Di Biro
and many others...