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En un mundo en el que raperos se dedican a jugar a vídeojuegos y presumir de ello y en el que compositores como Bear McCreary (el de Battlestar Galactica) se dedican a hacer bandas sonoras para juegos de ocho bits (como contaba hace ya meses) no es de extrañar que surjan historias como ésta:

Six years ago, an eager 14 year old had the idea of remaking all of the songs from the hit video game series “The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time” to sound like they were being played by live musicians. He took his idea, and three demo songs to a few web forums and a few music professionals. The feedback was clear: the idea was original, but quite a daunting task.
Ocarina of Time Album Art

82 tracks later, Zelda Reorchestrated has finally finished its original goal. We have completed the Ocarina of Time album!

Este hito del proyecto Zelda Reorchestrated era anunciado en Kotaku en los últimos días del año pasado y la página todavía sigue en pie a pesar de que, como dicen en MTV Multiplayer, “it’s a bit of a legal quagmire, and Nintendo could probably shut this down with a drop of a green, pointy hat“.

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