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Zelda Temple theme remix

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Dec 25, 2010 | 10:41 AM EST
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1.3 MB
51 sec
2.97 / 5.00

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Rated 2.97 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

A very short rock arrangement of the temple theme from Zelda II. There is a drumbeat, an organ and an electric guitar. The instrument that plays the main theme at the beginning is a nyckelharpa, a swedish instrument. However, it doesn't sound like a real one because I used only one note from a record of me playing nyckelharpa. Otherwise, at the end of the music, there is a cockatiel sound. It was a little extra for me putting this in. The main software I used was Renoise.

I made this music for greatwh1teshark who's making a game called Zelda Files Ruby's Fight : The Game.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

It needs work but it's still good

I think this could be a lot better if some issues were fixed up, primarily the panning. It seems like all of the instruments are panned in the right ear, and not enough in the left, which is kind of annoying. I like the unique choice of instruments, it gives it a totally new feel. I also think the addition of a good bass would give this a lot more depth and fill up that low range a little more. As far as the percussion goes, it's good, but I think could use more hats.

Overall good work. :)

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Sxafido responds:

Thanks, but I don't understand all of what you're saying. I used to work with a partition software and I know nothing in sound engineering, this is totally new for me. I'm a little afraid about learning all of this things, but maybe it will work if I improve my work step by step.

I uploaded this music to the Audio Portal because the author of the game told me to do it. I think that it's important to make something I like, but also to know what people think about it. Thanks for your advice.