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4.45 / 5.00

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If link couldn't sleep, damn straight he'd be listening to this to help put his mind at ease ^_^

When I remixed this song the first time (Temple of Time: Distant Thunder), I didn't feel like I did it justice because I couldn't add the voices I wanted to. After I got my software this week, I got my chance to share my vision of this song.
Sometimes you may think I've made up the melody, but guess what!?! If you listen close enough, you'll hear that I have a melody line that is almost IDENTICAL to the Temple of Time music throughout the whole song! That's why choral music is so great: take one melody, and make it sound like something completely different by switching up the chords.
(Yeah, Amy, you totally inspired me to do this too.)
SO I hope you like it!
And Yes.
That is me singing.
ALL the parts ^_^

Sempre Aeternam
Tempus Ades
Vade In Pace
A Fortiori
Carpe Diem
Consummatum Est



Rated 5 / 5 stars November 22, 2008

Such a great remake.

Your singing is very impressive. I don't hear many people with a beautiful voice on NG. I'm surprised that this is the only song you've put your own vocals on. (that I know of) I think you should experiment with your voice and put more songs on NG. As for the song, it's very simple yet so perfect, Great job.

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ellebirdy23 responds:

Hey thanks ^_^
I plan on using more of my vocals when I get my mic back.
Also I'm collaberating with another artist on Newgrounds using my voice. I'll be sure to advertise it when it's done.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 14, 2008

So This is pretty friggin rad

Pretty much explains it all. That's fucking rad.

ellebirdy23 responds:

Still not as awesome as yours though ;)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 12, 2008

Thought I'd return the favor.

Thats really quite good if you sang this yourself.

Expect more reviews from me.

ellebirdy23 responds:

Thanks ^_^
I hope you didn't think I had a "holy-er than thou" complex when I reviewed your song.
It was really quite good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 10, 2008

This is pretty nice.

I take it you referenced Bezo's version for some of the lyrics? I think there was one part in his song that was mistranslated for his purposes but it sounded great regardless. This is no exception. You have a very pleasant and new take on Zelda themes, its very enjoyable.

ellebirdy23 responds:

Thanks ^_^
Yes I did take it from Bezo. His version was great.
But after that I just didn't want to keep saying the same thing over and over. I probably mistranslated too... I'm not a latin major so...
But thanks for the compliment! and the 10 =)


Rated 5 / 5 stars November 7, 2008


Very well done! It sounds very professionally sung and it's also very good. What software are you referring to? Vocaloid?
Where did you get those lyrics?
Anyways, I loved this remix. This should so be used in a Zelda flash. :D
Great work!

-HFX ^_^

ellebirdy23 responds:

I use Mixcraft. It's pretty good -- pretty pricey-- and all the effects were added, I just did this in my bedroom.

The lyrics are some borrowed, some original. I browsed to see what other people that had songs like mine used, but there wasn't enough lyrics for what I wanted; so I researched latin phrases and words and came up with the rest.

Haha I think i'd pass out of happiness if someone used this in a flash.