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Legend Of Zelda - Minecraft Note Block Song





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Uploaded on Jul 1, 2011

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A medley with 4 great songs from the game The legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time. This is what you get if you mix the two best games in the world minecraft and Ocarina of time.

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I had a lot of problems with this one, it was hard to get the tempo right and to get songs that sounded good in minecraft. And on top of that, when the 1.7 patch got out the song stopped working! So after a lot of hard work I could finally bring you this!

The songs I used where zelda's lullaby, Saria's Song (Lost Woods), Gerudo Valley (piano version), song of storms (slow).

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The pixel art took me two days to make and I used a program called Minecraft Structure Planner, link below.

Structure Planner: http://minecraftstructureplanner.com/

This is a free program that allows anyone to quickly and easily create a variety of structures for building in the game, Structures are defined using a simple set of number fields, texture drop-downs, or option check boxes, and the results are then displayed in three different ways:

A height map, showing you exactly how high each piece of your structure will be,

A layer-by-layer plan view that shows you very clearly how to build your structure from the ground up, as well as the exact amount of each building material required during construction,

A 3D view of your newly created structure, giving you an accurate idea of exactly how it'll look when it's finally completed in-game.

I used Fraps to record the video and Sony Vegas 9 trial for editing and rendering.



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