Who wrote the Ocarina of Time soundtrack?

Who wrote the Ocarina of Time soundtrack?

Koji KondoThe Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time / ComposerKoji Kondo is a Japanese music composer, pianist, and music director who works for the video game company Nintendo. He is best known for his numerous contributions to the Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda series of video games, among others produced by the company. Wikipedia

Who made the Zelda OST?

Koji Kondo
The Legend of Zelda: Original Sound Track was released by Pony Canyon on December 18, 1998, and the music is composed by Koji Kondo. The CD contains the 82 tracks that can be heard in the game.

Is Ost original or official?

Also known as an original soundtrack (OST), this musical selection can include original songs or pre-existing songs that played during the film or were specifically recorded for the film.

How many short songs are played on the ocarina over the course of the game?

As previously said, there are only five notes you can play on the ocarina, but 12 songs.

What Daw does Koji Kondo use?

Roland D-550 In this picture of Kondo’s sound studio, the D550 is sitting in the rack behind him.

What does UST mean in music?

University of Santo Tomas Conservatory of Music

Established 1945
Students 740 (as of 2011)
Location Albertus Magnus Building, RuaƱo Drive, UST, Sampaloc, Manila
Patron saint Saint Cecilia
Colors Pink

What Daw does Disasterpeace use?

Logic Pro X
The piano is my favorite. I do my production work ‘in the box’, as they say. My current DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) of choice is Logic Pro X. I try to keep things minimal.

What software does Koji Kondo use?

Roland S-550 Sampler.

What does UUST mean?

Universal Standard Time. UST. Universal Standard for Tubeless (mountain bike tires)

What does Usts stand for?


Acronym Definition
USTS United States Training Ship
USTS UHF Satellite Terminal System
USTS United States Technical Services
USTS Update Service and Technical Support (business)

Why is a score called 20 years?

A ‘score’ is a group of 20 (often used in combination with a cardinal number, i.e. fourscore to mean 80), but also often used as an indefinite number (e.g. the newspaper headline “Scores of Typhoon Survivors Flown to Manila”).

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