From DJ Orange comes this unique Zelda: Link's Awakening mix, anchored by an upright acoustic bassline coupled with tight electronic drums, augmented by some very groovy horn swells, strings, with a guitar lead on what you'd probably call the melody. The guitar isn't gonna win any awards for believability, and isn't mixed too loud, so it's hard to call it a strong lead, but I think this is a more BGM-ish sort of arrangement to begin with, so that follows. There's a great amount of variety that the ReMixer throws in, however, with numerous breaks, an additional string melody bit, a faux fadeout, and a good build towards the end. In general, this mix has its own style going on that favors details and groove over melodic emphasis, but it seems like Orange has chosen source material that works quite well with that dichotomy. DarkeSword writes:
"Funkalicious. I really enjoyed this; there's a lot of kinetic energy here. Samples are pretty good, and those horn chords make me feel like a superspy. I also like how the song jumps right back in at 2:39 after the fake-out fade-out. Really groovy stuff. Only gripe is that snare sample; I'd have preferred something like a rimshot or something a bit more DnB sounding. Overall though, quite nice."
Shariq's comments actually sum things up rather well for me, too, so I'll end by concurring with them. Good shtuff.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (Nintendo, 1993, GB)
Music by Kazumi Totaka, Koji Kondo, Kozue Ishikawa, Minako Hamano
- "Mysterious Forest"
- 5,102,123 bytes
- Size: 5,102,123 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: c3e5cf1d68191ccc57b11131d6ec41d8
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