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Thread: The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses (recording)

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    I hope there's another tour of SotG, I missed the LA show. Here's hoping! But I'll totally buy a CD if it comes out, more Zelda music is always great, hehe. *hint* *hint*

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    Just saw the Goddesses concert last night in NYC - Unbelieveable! Loved it! The NY audience was great, cosplay was there, will go again next year…
    "I shed no tears for the past, I look only to the future…"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChadleyS View Post
    Hi, I'm Chad Seiter - the composer, arranger, and music director of Symphony of the Goddesses.

    Just letting you know what a few of our orchestras are:

    London - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    San Francisco - Skywalker Symphony Orchestra. These guys perform on TONS of the video game soundtracks you listen to. These guys are amongs the best.
    Los Angeles - The Hollywood Studio Orchestra. These are my friends of over 10 years, and THE premiere recording orchestra. They play on 98% of everything you have heard on TV or movies, like, ever. I hand picked the fantastic orchestra. I am honored to call them my friends and that night at The Greek, I truly believed we had the finest orchestra on the entire planet.

    A few things I'd also like to point out.

    1. It's financially nearly impossible to take an orchestra on tour. Especially a tour as small as ours. Many orchestras go on tour, but for either larger franchises, or GIANT productions of classical music. One night of music can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Orchestras are expensive.

    2. I am VERY VERY VERY proud to report that we use LOCAL players, wherever we go. They are 100% American Federation of Musicians Union members. No Non-Union musicians play on Zelda, at all. I am incredibly proud of that. Individually at this point we have employed literally THOUSANDS of musicians, and that makes me feel good.

    3. Live concerts have imperfections. They always do, there is no way around that. All it takes is for somebody to snap a picture at an odd time and boom, just like you said, it's out of tune because a player was distracted. You are used to perfect studio recordings, where you have Pro Tools operators, music editors, mixers, and a click track to ensure you can perform the piece several times and chop between takes. You are never listening to 1 playthrough, you are listening through sometimes dozens, just for one piece. So, there is no way an orchestra concert can be perfect. The Royal Phil makes mistakes, the Skywalker Studio makes mistakes, and even the LA Philharmonic makes mistakes. That's the joy of live music. If you're looking for a perfect performance, it will never happen. The musicians do not train ahead of time; they perform the music once in the afternoon and once in the evening for the show itself, a total of TWO times. You may say this is irresponsible, but this is pretty much just how the entire world of orchestral music works, no matter what show it is. Sometimes we get two rehearsals, a total of 5 hours of rehearsal time, before the 2.5 hour show.

    4. We are not allowed to use art, and the video we are allowed to use is supplied directly from Nintendo itself.
    Thank you for coming on here and sharing that information with us sir. It is a real pleasure and a delight to hear from you.

    Keep bringing us this great music.

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    I love you! great job! DDD

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    Thank you for this!!!

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    I think everyone here is interested in this: [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

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    thanks
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    Thank you for this awesome collection of music, your effort is highly appreciated
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    Has anyone else seen anything on Master Quest?

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    Many thanks for sharing this collection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonadoLink View Post
    Has anyone else seen anything on Master Quest?
    I have seen this:

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    My Recording Sessions Wishlist:

    -How To Train Your Dragon 2 RS

    -Star Wars Prequels RS
    -Harry Potter 3 RS.
    -Rosenman's LOTR RS.
    -Narnia 3 RS.
    -Indy 3: Last Crusade RS
    -The Barry Bond Scores RS
    -Memoirs of a Geisha RS
    -War Horse RS
    -King Kong (Howard Shore)
    -Andy Price's BBC Robin Hood RS.

    Trades for any of these are welcomed via PM

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    This is actually getting a CD release.

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    Wishlist:
    - Alpha and Omega RS or CS (Chris Bacon)
    - Dragonheart RS or CS (Randy Edelman)
    - Star Fox Assault RS or CS (Yoshie Arakawa and Yoshinori Kawamoto)
    - Snow Buddies RS or CS (Brahm Wenger)
    - Zootopia RS or CS (Michael Giacchino)

    RS = Recording Sessions
    CS = Complete Score

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    Quote Originally Posted by PonyoBellanote View Post
    This is actually getting a CD release.

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    FINALLY!! I wondoer which music will be included? Hopefully the Link's Awakening pieces. I really want Chad's music

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    @MonadoLink Thanks for sharing your recording.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancelot du Lac View Post
    @MonadoLink Thanks for sharing your recording.
    Thanks for reminding me, I finished editing the second quest, master quest, and string quartet concerts. When I get time soon, maybe I could share. Anyone who's interested, le me know. The pings will remind me

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