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  1. https://youtu.be/FYVmcrusVok Quick remix with a new synthesizer that combines and resurrects the sounds of the tape replay keyboard Chamberlin (from the 1950s) and the Mellotron (one of the first samplers). Starting with that classic guitar arpeggio we all remember from Kakariko Village, I used the sound of a 12-string dreadnought guitar. First melody section is played by a tenor saxohpone, very 1950-60s. I couldn't resist putting in some drum beats here and there. Second melody section is played by a clarinet and a flute, backed up by an ambient harp. Then a simple short solo with my signature lead before ending the song with another ambient harp playing melody over that first same ambient harp. I tried to end it with the feeling and vibes of a lullaby. That's why I chose the background art, made by a cool guy from DeviantArt: https://www.deviantart.com/rainbowphilosopher Ocarina of Time had an initial experience I don't think any game after could achieve. It was that groundbreaking technical and graphical step everyone had been waiting for. We all had dreamed of a Zelda adventure in an (almost) open world 3D game. Ocarina of Time fulfilled many of our dreams. Critics we're amazed, players we're having their time of their lives, saving Zelda and facing Ganon was on a whole new level now. I too experienced this, from loving A Link To The Past so much, into this was just amazing. I don't think there ever have been a jump of experience from an era to another like it was from SNES to N64. So much happened here. This remix was not intended to go as one of my ordinary releases, just like a fooling-around-with-a-new-synthesizer. I hope you like it anyway guys! Good night, Neon X
  2. Greetings! I've been in the music industry for quite a while now, in fact, I've been a member of this site for more than 10 years and I've been enjoying the work that everyone has been doing in here but only now have I gathered the courage to submit an arrangement of mine. This was inspired in a flamenco style with a touch of what one might hear from Professor Layton, I also added a few themes from other zelda games here and there but always sticking to the Gerudo valley we all know, any feedback would be greatly appreciated and thank you for time
  3. Hi everybody! Here is the latest arrangement uploaded to YouTube - a Piano arrangement of Saria's Song from Legend of Zelda - Ocarina of Time by Koji Kondo. This is a piece that has been requested in the past, and I felt that the piece would sound good with a flowing, lyrical, but constantly changing background over which the melody plays out repeatedly. Enjoy!
  4. A wave of Zelda nostalgia has come over me recently and I felt compelled to remix the Title theme of Zelda: OoT. The first melody you hear in the game after turning it on is gorgeous and I had to pay tribute with this lofi/hip hop inspired cover/remix. I had a lot of fun making it and plan to do more Zelda remixes in the future. I hope you enjoy it!
  5. This is a remix of "Lost Woods" from The Legend of Zelda. It's definitely not uncharted territory, but I've had this style in mind for ages now and just had to get it out. It uses a lot of instruments from around the world, featuring primarily African instruments (Kora, Ngoni, Bolon, Fula Flute, Kalimba, Calabash) and some Andean instruments (Pan Flute, Charango, Ocarina). An Irish Low Whistle doubles the melody at parts. Original: "Lost Woods (Saria's Song)" by Koji Kondo, from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Made with Logic Pro X. Samples running through Native-Instruments Kontakt 6, Best Service ENGINE, and Orchestral Tool's SINE Player. The background photo is made by UndyingNephalim, featuring his re-design of Saria for his Zelda-inspired RTS game mod, Hyrule Conquest (based on the free game 0 AD). Download via Google Drive (OGG, WAV, MP4)
  6. Hi, Here my arrangement about the ocarina song. Could you give me your feedback please. Thanks for your time!
  7. That's my first remix/cover of a Game Soundtrack, so please, leave your Feedback and Tips to help me improve my soundtrack! Thx.
  8. Hi here is my new remix of the legend of zelda I use just vintage and analog sounds Give me your opinion Good Listening Original Track
  9. Hello everyone, This is my first post here, but I've been lurking on your remixes for a while now. I'm in love with the "Title theme" song from Ocarina of time, and I thought it would be a good idea to remix it, I hope you will like it. This remix is a really chilled one, take a sit, close your eyes, and enjoy it. Feel free if you have any feedback. Thanks
  10. This is it: Our final demo track is a tribute to the man who composed your childhood, Koji Kondo, with a medley of different pieces from various stages of his career. I am sure you will get the songs featured, right? We tried to approach the jazzy feel of his orchestrations by having our tribute in a similar overall feel, that we hope pleases your ear: Please leave feedback and like and share our FB page to expect more cover versions soon: www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/ Rock On, RemCit
  11. Ok so this is the official debut of my group The Travelers, a supergroup of some amazing musicians and arrangers (including the likes of Doug Perry, Mklachu, Jordan Chin, Ian Martyn, just to name a few) who play Euro-folk arrangements of game music. I had the pleasure of being able to arrange Kokiri Forest into an Irish Jig style and to feature my awesome group The Travelers. I combine Traditional Irish music with what most would call modern, contemporary Irish styles (kind of like you hear from Mumford and Sons). Anyway, I really would love feedback on the piece from all of your great remixers out there ;).
  12. So I did a R&B remix of the Ocarina of Time theme from Legend of Zelda! Enjoy! https://youtu.be/hLNv3wnugg4 P.S. (Lil self promotion, hehe) Subscribe on my YouTube for more remixes. I do other games! Like my artist page on Facebook for more: http://www.facebook.com/smooth4lyfemusic
  13. I did a party remix to the Windmill Song called "Crank That Windmill"! Hope you enjoy!! Has Link and Navi vocals in the song! The Windmill Song is from Ocarina of Timehttps://youtu.be/iepXinFS4PIP.S. (A lil' self promotion)Subscribe for more remixes! I do other gamesPlease like my Facebook artist page for more remixes: http://www.facebook.com/smooth4lyfemusic
  14. I was browsing in some of my old project folders and i found this Zelda piano remix attempt of Sheik's and Zelda's theme (and also Item catch, Lost woods at the end) i made about 3 years ago. I think i was experimenting with different harmonies and stuff. https://app.box.com/s/t1k8zacbc3lnnl04tllzhp0sqbhjal7i I don't know if i'll ever continue with this (probably not), but i thought i'd share it here, maybe someone likes it -Markus
  15. Hi, Here's my music inspired by OOT Temple tracks : https://soundcloud.com/xouman/the-temple-of-resurrected-souls What do you think?
  16. A brand new track from our album 'LEGACY SESSIONS: GAME GENERATION 5'! Arrangement by Casey Ormond This time it's a mashup of the 'File Select' themes from the 2 greatest Nintendo 64 games - Super Mario 64 and Zelda: OoT For more 32-bit (generation 5) game music arrangements, recorded live in the studio by some great musicians please check out the album and other vids on the youtube channel! http://legacy-sessions.com Of course all comments / questions are welcome
  17. Your favorite jazz-but-sort-of-not-really band YamaYama just finished up the video on "Lost Woods"! Check it out and tell us what you think, and if you dig it, don't forget to subscribe!
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