Posted 2012-12-22, evaluated by djpretzel
...and we're STILL here!! It's funny how each successive NON-APOCALYPSE does absolutely nothing to dissuade the next group from insisting, with fevered certainty, that THEIR apocalypse is gonna be legit. The doomsday learning curve is rather flat :) At any rate, it is indeed the dawn of a new day, and many of you are already enjoying the Majora's Mask album Theophany released yesterday. If not, well, you probably should be - his work is excellent, his love for the game apparent, and there's a tonal consistency afforded by a primarily solo album that makes the whole experience quite the slick package. Apparently Jason's been super busy since we didn't get a chance to get mix comments from him, or a heads-up regarding the album itself, but it's enjoyed a pretty smashing viral success which is well-deserved, and the timing was certainly spot-on. So's the music, as this highlight arrangement featuring XPRTNovice (told you we'd be hearing more from him) clearly displays. Reminding me of HyperDuck SoundWorks equally resplendent Wind Waker ReMix in terms of tone and also some ambient sound FX, this acoustic jam features a wind lead, acoustic guitar strumming, beautiful strings, and numerous ambient elements to create an atmosphere that's celebratory and folksy and all sorts of good. I'm glad we're all still here, and I'm glad we can appreciate that fact with some excellent Majora tunage - check out www.terriblefate.com for more!
on 2015-12-30 01:34:11
This mix feels very cinematic, as if it could be in a movie; this is probably due to the realistic background noises which provide a nice touch. Having an actual ocarina playing makes it feel even more real and unique. I really like the closing trumpet as well. Going from peaceful to exciting to joyful, I honestly can't describe the mix better than just beautiful.
Life is good and we should enjoy it; this mix serves to remind us that every dawn of a new day is special.
on 2014-09-05 04:44:23
Funny story, thought I'd share it. I was taking a walk to do some heavy thinking and to relax on a beautiful Summer day, listening to the perfect song for the occasion, (of course I mean this mix), when I heard kids laughing in the background. I looked around casually to find the source, but I was alone. A few seconds later, I heard it again. Embarassingly, for most of the portion of the song that had those sounds in it, I continued to look for children. It wasn't until I removed my headphones that I realized the truth. On a different note, if Nintendo were to officially release a Majoras Mask movie (I can dream, can't I?), Theophany would udisputedly be the best choice for a soundtrack composer. The ending bit of "Time's End," the final song in his album, with a little tweaking, sounds remarkably like a movie trailer.
on 2013-09-04 11:03:29
The voices and overall joyous atmosphere of this ReMix makes it almost sound like a nice festival in a seaside town of sorts. Great song for an early morning "get up and go!" when you need it. Gotta love folksy stuff that can make bad days a little better.
on 2013-04-20 18:36:33
This is beautiful. Wonderful atmosphere, great ambiance, intimate and also expansive. I hope I get around to doing a write up of this one day. Fantastic work.
on 2013-01-11 16:02:01
This is a wonderful track. Just the thing to keep you going and remind you on gray days that life always goes on.
on 2013-01-09 18:26:10
except it's on the album... it's called clocktown and is track 4...
on 2013-01-07 09:29:05
I wanted to tell this story because I think it's funny. After finishing my contributions to this, Theophany emailed me and said "Hey, tell your wife I said thanks for all the help with the vocals."
I said "No, man. It was just me."
on 2013-01-05 00:18:22
Zelda's Lullaby was also in here, so it should be included in the original music section.
on 2012-12-25 21:41:49
To me I think this song would fit perfectly right after the final track of Theophany's album.
on 2012-12-24 19:34:02
Beautiful. I'm so happy to see this game get its own album. One of my favorites!
Rest of the album is great too, but I especially recommend "Lover's Mask". Reminds me of David Nyman's piano/violin work. Awesome!
on 2012-12-24 03:03:19
As usual, I don't come out very often unless something really catches my ear. This is absolutely gorgeous. Getting a very strong traditional Irish vibe from this without the standard Irish tropes in some respects. (I love Irish music, this is refreshing). It's been a while since I've found a mix so engrossing. It has a very nice, deep energy to it.
Also, listening to the album right now. Great stuff.
on 2012-12-23 19:12:17
This is how I wanted to Remix Clock town. Thank you for giving me one less thing to do.
Oh yeah the song's awesome too!
on 2012-12-23 13:03:05
*deep breath of fresh morning air*
play this at Dawn,
greet the sun, go out there
and SAVE THE WORLD
on 2012-12-23 12:37:53
Haven't had time to listen to the album yet but this song is beautiful.
on 2012-12-23 07:24:39
AAAAAAAh, this is lovely
Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo, 2000, N64)
Music by Koji Kondo, Toru Minegishi
- "Clock Town - Day 1"
- Acoustic Guitar, Sound FX, Strings, Woodwinds
- Time > Duration: Long
Time > Tempo: Fast
- 12,167,551 bytes
- Size: 12,167,551 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 82015e147f3f89474fbba3afa5247ec7
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