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lady zelda

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    singer, writer, gamer

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    Vocals: Female

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  1. Haha, I had forgotten I left you a message! I saw on Facebook you were at PAX East, too bad I missed you! I would have liked to have met you, maybe another day.

  2. So I just logged in after a million years. Thanks so much for visiting my channel. Glad you liked what you saw :)

  3. Hi! I just found out about your YouTube channel. I just wanted to drop you a line to say I'm really enjoying your videos! They're so much fun, and you have a great, powerful voice! Keep doing what you do! :)

  4. 2005 when I found Zelda remixes on Zelda Dungeon. The bread crumb trail led me here. Wow. It's really been 8 years.
  5. I made this a long while back after hearing some chord progressions in the Link to the Past credits theme are identical to "I Will Follow You Into the Dark." Hope you hear the connection too: http://youtu.be/fwcrmTGKXy8
  6. I think this could work well as a JRPG boss fight theme, don't you think?
  7. I was first introduced to the Piano Guys via Spotify with their "A Thousand Years" cover (puts the original to shame). This rendition brings them to a whole new level of genius.
  8. I definitely agree with Wind Waker. Wind Waker gave a face and a personality to child Link. Skyward Sword got the job done for adult Link. Both gave a fresh approach to who Zelda is, that she is a regular person who learns she encompasses something greater, rather than other Zeldas where she is a Jesus figure from the get go. Okay, I didn't mean to pull the conversation too far away from SS.
  9. Both of you hit the nail on the head IMO. Timeshift Stones were brilliant and it's nice to see Link and the other characters finally have personality--multidimensional personalities at that. Zelda is finally relatable and down-to-earth and no longer just a legend or the being placed on a Jesus pedestal you have to play the entire game to get to. Skyward Sword was a step in the right direction for the series. I hope the next Zelda builds even further on it!
  10. Watching Death Note now (on episode 6). Moving through it ever so slowly as I'm too busy with playing video games and making YouTube videos. Elfen Lied and Naruto are ones I started but never finished. Tried to get into Bleach and failed.
  11. Fez soundtrack: http://disasterpeace.com/album/fez
  12. Okay, I'll give it a shot. I picked Chrono Trigger. 1) one will be directed towards another big fan of the game It's been about 3 years since I last finished the game but I remember this sound well. I believe it was the track to go with exploring a dungeon or area and if so, I recall it giving me an uneasy feeling of what I will encounter in the next battle. Did I heal up my characters enough? Is everyone leveled up enough? Has everyone been given the right equipment? Did I miss a major weapon for Crono or Frog in the last area? I also love how this tune kept the air of the old-school RPG--simple sound yet complex in its storytelling and emotions. 2) another will be directed at a typical person in the game music community (someone familiar with the sights, sounds, and people of game music) Did you play Chrono Trigger? It had a great shelf life; I played it on my DS when it was re-released in 2008. It was an experience like none other and this track captures it well. It's the tune that goes with you exploring an area, a forest for example. With the technology in the early 90s, this track did a great job of layering different sounds to give an air of instability yet tranquility when exploring an area. 3) the last will be directed at someone who is unfamiliar with anything game music related If there was a game that shocked me unlike any other, it was Chrono Trigger. You spent the game traveling through different time periods to stop the end of the world. In every era, you learn something new about the grand scheme of the game, which keeps you intrigued throughout this lengthy saga. I won't give it away, but this track will give you a good idea. It's what you hear when you're exploring an area, a dark forest for example. You don't know what's coming next and you're not sure if you're prepared. You might meet a few easy enemies. You might battle a tough boss. Or you might lose some very close friends in the battle. Give it a listen! Shot into the dark a bit there. Hope that helps.
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