Kickstarter campaign seeks to reorchestrate Nintendo underdogs

A new Kickstarter camapign is looking for your help to make the album Nintendo Underdogs Reorchestrated a reality. Organised by Colin McIsaac, an experienced fan arranger and editor-in-chief of Gamnesia, seeks to re-sample Nintendo pieces using high-quality orchestral libraries.

While inspired by Zelda Reorchestrated and Pokemon Reorchestrated, the project will be focusing on the underdogs of Nintendo’s library rather than rehashing familiar themes. While full track listings have yet to be revealed, as the video reveals, there is a host of obscure and well-known games among the remix candidates. he potential album will also be licensed with the help of Loudr.

If successful at reaching its 6000 USD, the lion’s portion of the funds from the album will be used to switch McIsaac’s sound library from MIDI to professional samples. A range of awards are available for those who pledge, including the digital album, physical album, and unreleased tracks.

Posted on April 14, 2014 by Chris Greening. Last modified on April 14, 2014.

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