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Legend of Zelda NSF

Description:
New version (2) as of 20th June 2017
Version 1 available here.
See attached changelog (in the tracklist) for list of changes.

An NSF of various Zelda themes, not previously available in 8-bit. These have been made for use with 8-bit tilesets (Classic, EZGBZ, etc.) in conjunction with the NSFs/GBSs from the actual 8-bit games (LoZ, Z2, LA, etc.)

Discussion thread here.

Credits:
Myself (Klop422)
My brother (who is not a member of PureZC, and whose name shall not be disclosed at this time).
Famitracker, or it's creators, for a program to use
Nintendo, in particular Koji Kondo, for the music
Creator: klop422 Updated: 20 Jun 2017 Type: Tracker
Rating[?]: Rating: 4.2/5 (4 ratings)
Downloads: 252
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Reviews

Mitsukara  
Rating: 5/5

Edited 31 August 2016 - 07:45 AM
This is amazing! I look forward to future versions, because wow, what you have here is really cool. (Composing NSFs at all is really complicated, and these actually sound really good on top of that.) I'd love to use some of these in my quest project, Link and Zelda: Panoply of Calatia (in fact, I was looking for a nice NES-style version of the Z3 Hyrule Castle theme).

The very best sounding two are the new version of the overworld (even though it's incomplete) and Saria's song, but everything here is pretty good.

My only complaint is that the percussion in Gerudo Valley kind of sounds off and loud through the whole song, making it hard to focus on the rest of it. Maybe a quieter, more subdued form of the percussion might work better? Also, one minor technicality- that fairy theme is from LTTP originally, not just Ocarina of Time. : )

One small question- since you already made the Time of Falling Rain from LTTP, are you considering making a second version of that track with the rest of the intro/prologue story theme? (Since Time of Falling Rain is a portion of that theme.)

Thank you for making this, it's awesome. I will definitely use it and credit you accordingly.
 

Matthew Bluefox  
Rating: 3/5

Posted 28 May 2016 - 12:11 AM
What's with all the squeaking going on in the middle of the notes? The rest is great, but this squeaking kinda bothers me. If you can get rid of that, I'll rate it a solid 4.5 that rounds up to a five. So far, unfortunately, I can only give it a 3.3 that rounds down to a 3, but you're on the right way there. :)
 

nicklegends  
Rating: 5/5

Posted 24 July 2014 - 04:18 PM
You and and your brother have skills. The technical quality is very good and there is a nice variety of the most memorable Zelda themes to choose from. As somebody who uses FamiTracker, I know how it can be tricky to get things to sound decent. Excellent job here.