Posted on November 30 2018 by Sean Gadus
When I think of stereotypical 80’s music, one of the first things to come to mind is some sick synthesizer beats. While synthesizers have been used before and after the 80’s, the music machines truly obtained iconic status during that decade.
It’s exciting to see all the different versions of “Gerudo Valley” that different artists have arranged/created. This incredible “80s version” of “Gerudo Valley” was created by YouTube musician Holder. This synthesized rearrangement is an incredible piece of music with an assortment of synthesizer sounds and a howling guitar. And the song has a steady backing beat that keeps the energy high.
While some songs can lose their identity when new instruments and techniques are implemented, this version is still instantly recognizable as the same Gerudo Valley theme that Zelda fans fell in love with in 1998.
What do you think of this “80s” version of Gerudo Valley? Let us know in the comments?