Zora Hall and more Zelda music, orchestrally remixed! More where that came from.https://www.youtube.com/wat...
Song of Time
So here's a remix ranging from the Zoras' theme to the Wind Waker's pirates and... Yoshi's Island? Couldn't help noticing the harmony of the castles in that game was almost identical to the Song of Storms. It made even more sense when I realized it wasn't the first time I've seen these two tunes together. (click the link for a jazzy cover medley of Yoshi's Island, hope you know this guy already)https://www.youtube.com/wat...
List of all the songs below. As for the animation, I experimented with full 3D, though I'd like to add that I was more pleased with the 2D style in my previous remix of Goron Village. Plus this was far more demanding in creation and rendering time -oh horrors, the rendering time. Economy is crucial, and can still look good. Instead of rendering the main titles for their entire duration, for instance, I rendered the light changes and the appearances of the fairies and Zora larva (the little fishies), and added the wavey-light effect later. Should've thought of that before rendering the whole thing for hours. Also exported with a bitrate of 30 and Maximum Render Quality on and then noticed a single mistake, did it again with just a bitrate of 16, and the difference was minimal. Plus, didn't take half a day. Oh well, some things were cute, the fairies and little Zoras, the cave sequence and the Like-Like. That thing's a little gross, but he has personality. Or maybe he's eaten someone with personality. Which doesn't count, but, eh.
Maybe there's also Subscribe-Subscribes in the Legend of Zelda universe? That couldn't be good.
Zora Hall (Zora's Domain)
Pirate Fortress 00:55
Pirate Ship (Departure) - The Wind Waker 01:11
Linebeck's Theme - Phantom Hourglass / Spirit Tracks 01:24
Song of Storms (Guru-Guru's song) 01:42
Castle & Fortress - Yoshi's Island 02:25
Astral Observatory 02:55
The Castle & Fortress theme from Super Mario World also appears briefly while the Yoshi's Island version plays, actually.