Have you ever thought, “you know, these sound effects would be great if combined into a song,” while playing any game in the Legend of Zelda series? No? Well, don’t feel bad, because neither have I. However, if you did actually think of this, and/or you are interested in what such a song sounds like, then look no further! Musical artist and “YouTuber” Tom Jackson (LilTommyJ) has created such a compilation of sound effects from Nintendo 64 classic, Majora’s Mask, which manages to both amaze and satisfy one’s thirst for a catchy jingle.
“Hey! Listen” to the song at the jump!
This song is titled: “Majora’s March,” and, as stated prior to the jump, was created entirely from the “hey’s,” “Ahh’s,” and other sound effects present in Majora’s Mask. Tom Jackson has a degree in applied music and composition from Box Hill Institute. He is currently in a band by the name of Spookyfish, and he has made other video game sound effect compilations in the past as well. For more information on Tom, and to visit his website, click the link!
Without further ado, here is Tom’s musical creation:
As you can hear, this song is certainly very catchy, and it presents an upbeat mood, which is ironic given the source material. Personally, I enjoyed the song, and while I may not replay it over and over again, I feel that creating a full song out of ordinary sound effects certainly is an amazing achievement.
What do you think? Did you enjoy the song? Let us know in the comments section below!