Fans finally got their hands on Cadence of Hyrule this week, and it seems that everyone is falling in love with this wonderful rhythm roguelike. A lot of praise has been justly showered on Cadence‘s music, as the game celebrates the musical legacy of the entire Zelda series with a collection of bumpin’ rearrangements. Well, with the game finally available for all to play, the talented folks behind its amazing soundtrack are sounding off on social media to share in the joy of the fans.

After Cadence of Hyrule dropped on Thursday, guitarist Jules Conroy, who previously performed on the soundtrack of Crypt of the NecroDancer, officially announced that he played all the guitars heard in the latest Zelda crossover. Conroy shared about his involvement with the project in a recent YouTube video:

Conroy has called the opportunity to be a part of the Zelda series “an honor” and considers Cadence of Hyrule “a huge leap for Nintendo.”

Kate Letourneau, a true “oboe rockstar”, announced her work on a few Cadence tracks:

Letourneau has performedย Zeldaย music as part of the Hikari Woodwind Quintet.

Composer Riley Koenig not only played keyboards on Cadence of Hyrule, but helped on the compositions and made sheet music for the oboe and violin:

Koenig is a prolific game composer who recently wrote music for Brace Yourself Games’ย Phantom Brigade.

Speaking of the violin, multi-instrumentalist Michaela Nachtigall (also known as mklachu) announced her involvement with the game, as she played both the violin and the ever-wonderful otamatone:

You may remember mklachu’s violin-otamatone cover of “Outset Island” fromย The Wind Waker.

Vocalist Adriana Figueroa was happy to announce that she lent her voice to some of the Zelda series’ most iconic melodies:

Figueroa and her amazing voice are no strangers toย Zeldaย tunes either.

Kevin Regamey is not only the creative director at Power Up Audio, the audio team behind Cadence of Hyrule, but he whistled on one of the game’s Gerudo tracks:

Regamey and Power Up Audio also worked on the critically acclaimed title Celeste.

Last but certainly not least, lead composer Danny Baranowsky (Crypt of the NecroDancer, Super Meat Boy) thanked the entire team and shared his feelings on Cadence‘s release:

Baranowsky also addressed one popular question and said he can’t say anything right now about the release of Cadence of Hyrule‘s soundtrack.

Cadence of Hyrule — from its art, to its gameplay, to its music — was a labor of love by a talented and passionate group of artists. Be sure to follow every single one of these people on social media!

Have you played Cadence of Hyrule yet? What do you think of its music? Let us know in the comments below!

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