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(Suezo) -Temple in The Sand-

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Jan 16, 2009 | 12:34 PM EST
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2.9 MB
3 min 14 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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Rated 4.35 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is the second piece in a collection of remakes in the Zelda Ocarina of Time game.

This is a remake of the Spirit Temple area. It keeps the same integrity and intro as the original, but for the sake of modifying it I've added more instruments and material for atmosphere. The overall orientation would be to me an Indian type theme.

Enjoy.

"Zo."

Reviews


mimichomimicho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

please read my review!!!!!!!!!!!!!

hey really do me a favor please, okay can you put this music a bit lauder and get rid of part 02:16-02:23 please so i can download it into my zune(i pod)so it can sound much better, and really this sound s much better than the original remember please do that


Suezo responds:

Wow, that wasn't abrupt or demanding at all... Just kidding. I would but this recording is on another computer (in a very far away location) so I would have to go through a ridiculous amount of trouble to cut out 15 seconds and increase the volume.....

sorry.

"Zo."


ChampiusChampius

Rated 4 / 5 stars

cool

I overall enjoyed this especially the voice around the 40 second mark

i could definitely see this playing in the background of some desert scene in a movie

however i think the part from 2:09 to 2:30 didn't really place well with the rest
I think it would be much better if you got rid of that part

5/5
8/10



onilink19onilink19

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice.

man I love the voice effect and the slower beat. gives it that sahara desert fell for sure. and the cymbals give it a powerful feel along with the bells and chimes give it a mystic feeling. man you did a great job on this.
how long did this take?


Suezo responds:

This one has been in the works since December. I have 3 others (one is already on) I was hoping to release them all together, but school and work made it kind of hard to meet my quota. Overall I would say that this piece by itself took about a week (being on and off with it.)

"Zo."