In case nobody noticed, I updated the audio in the [Hidden link. Register to see links.].
Is this the same music that was on the Special Anniversary music CD?
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Damn Mediafire deleted the part 2 of the FLAC files. ARRGHHH!
I uploaded some Stuff myself.
But here are my requests (if anybody cares):
Lossless rip of the Earthbound Music (from the cartridge)
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Because reasons, here are my favorite composers (not what i think are the best, just my personal favourites)
1) Hirokazu Tanaka
2) Wally Beben
3) Koji Kondo
4) Michiru Yamane
5) Rob Hubbard
Not sure if anyone else has noticed, but the link (to the folder with Faleel's stereo recording, the Symphonic Legends audio, and the CD) isn't working.
Possibly, but it's just (an ad page that pretty much advertises why you should get an account) No, it links to my files (I just remembered my password). I know of some file hosting websites (and mediafire) that need you to make a folder public; do you need to do so on mediafire?
I partly blame Video Games Live where that sort of behavior is not only NOT discouraged, but actively ENCOURAGED. Also, I would imagine that it is probably one of the first concerts a lot of these people have gone to in a symphonic setting. They may simply not know the usual etiquette for stuff like this. All that, combined with the fact that the average age of these people is probably between 13-25 and it is what it is. That being said, classical music concerts usually don't have giant screens depicting video games and people in cosplay running around on stage...so the usual rules might not apply so strictly. Also, the music is good, but this is no Rach 3...so a few of you could tone down the snobbery.
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Hi! First, thank you for this! The recording quality is stunning, as far as it concerns me.
My question is: Are you still working on this one, or is it finished? I just ask because I want to know whether I can burn it for my archives or I should wait.
Well, how do people who don't know, know? By being told, by learning, by making an effort.
But there are those who are especially anal in concerts that think they are in a room with 500 corpses and are outraged at any slight noise.. These people are not asking for "basic courtsey", They are expecting everyone to curb their enthusiasm
No, no, no! Please, stop casting people who prefer to listen to music in silence as anal snobs! They're NOT!
As far as I'm concerned, an interruption is an intentional interruption. The only sort that aren't intentional are, for instance, when you have to cough - in which case, you cover your mouth and endeavour to minimise the disruption.
Saying your interruption isn't intentional because you think you have the right to re-define what is and what isn't an interruption... wow, words fail me.
"I'm enthusiastic, therefore I will make noise" doesn't work. Do you reckon I'm not enthusiastic when I go to a concert hall, pay £40, 50, 60, 70 for a ticket, and listen to some of the greatest music ever written? Is Fanboy Gamer enthusiasm somehow more valid than Appreciator Of Classical Music enthusiasm? Why is it that the former must be expressed by stamping on hundreds of years of tradition, but the latter by respecting and adhering to tradition?
Basic courtesy is to not interrupt the enjoyment of the music. It is also to respect the etiquette of symphony concerts, which have been established in their present form for the best part of one hundred years, and have existed in one way or another since the seventeenth century.
Sorry, Zelda fans - but to be blunt, we were there first.
Please respect our rules and expectations when visiting our cultural phenomena. Don't forget how such magnificent things as symphonies, concert halls, and orchestras came into existence.
But this IS a Zelda concert so - HA ! I've been to 3 Rachmaninov 3 concerts and I was quiet as a ghost.. a quiet ghost.
Again, everyone has a right to enjoy these concerts in their own way as long as they have the sense to tell when they are crossing the line of others' enjoyment. You can't have COMPLETE silence in a room with hundreds of people. Imagine you take your girlfriend who is not accostmed to the music, would you not whisper some explanation and background in her ear so she'd enjoy it more?
When I hear someone talking quietly and explaining something to another person I will ignore it and not make a fuss, but if I see someone is unaware of anyone but himself you can be sure i'm the first guy to shush him.
I understand that. What I don't understand is why you're arguing that since the music is written by Koji Kondo and not Sergei Rachmaninov, that is deserves less respect.But this IS a Zelda concert so - HA ! I've been to 3 Rachmaninov 3 concerts and I was quiet as a ghost.. a quiet ghost.
Does the fact that so many people are complaining about noise during these concerts not suggest that they are crossing the line, and [i] adversely affecting the enjoyment of others?Again, everyone has a right to enjoy these concerts in their own way as long as they have the sense to tell when they are crossing the line of others' enjoyment.
Of course you can't. I think six hundred years of classical music has learned that much. But because absolute silence is impossible doesn't mean you should turn the concert hall into a speakeasy.You can't have COMPLETE silence in a room with hundreds of people.
Incidentally, the Royal Albert Hall accommodates 6,500 people when at capacity. The silence in that building is beyond magical.
I frequently take my girlfriend to concerts. Sometimes she's more enthusiastic than others. She's not quite "into it" as much as I am but she goes along to support me, because she's interested in broadening her horizons, and because occasionally after sitting through "hours and hours of your pretentious crap, I hear something I really, really love, and it makes it worthwhile".Imagine you take your girlfriend who is not accostmed to the music, would you not whisper some explanation and background in her ear so she'd enjoy it more?
Right at the beginning, I made sure she understood the concert hall etiquette. She was keen to "get it right", so to speak, because she didn't wish to cause offense to me or anybody else at the concert, and because she respected the history and traditions of the concert hall. I try to give her as much information as possible before the concert, and perhaps whisper during applause - and talk at length during the interval. When the music is playing; that's listening time - not time for a whispered narration of the programme notes...
I also took my father to a concert in 1995. He started applauding seven minutes into Sibelius' 5th symphony. Getting glared at by 1,400 people is an experience I am keen not to repeat.
Hehe funny story about your dad
Again, The arguement here is not interruption vs. quiet listening. It is that courtesy should go both well. There should be tolerance from both sides and it can be achieved. The anal snob type that was mentioned is very much real, this is not refering to the average concert goes but to those who are in the delusion of owning the place and setting the rules by their own standards, They are usually very condesending in their attitude and hence the term anal snob haha. If someone politely bring to my attention that I was interrupting without being aware I will politely agree and make sure to not repeat that. That's the way I do it.