We would like to thank everyone who spent many hours of their day with us yesterday watching the Twilight Symphony Music Video, and joined us, the Twilight Symphony team, and everyone else in the chatroom. The videos are being posted by track on ZREO's YouTube channel through the coming month.
This special event was made possible because of our stream sponsors: Juan Luna, Mike Sauer, and Michael Schatz, among other donors who can be found on our Donate page. Without your contributions this event wouldn't have been possible.
Since its creation, Radio Hyrule has been a Zelda Reorchestrated project. With the announcement that ZREO as a project has ended, Radio Hyrule is being spun off as a completely independent project, and will remain running and continue to serve the fan community for the foreseeable future.
You may have noticed we have not added Twilight Symphony to our library. For the past several months, Radio Hyrule has been working on a music video, footage of which has been used by the Twilight Symphony team in promotional videos and for the January 2013 premiere at MAGFest. For the Radio Hyrule premiere of Twilight Symphony, wish to broadcast this four-hour music video in its entirety, in HD, to your computer and Wii U consoles.
The Twilight Symphony Music Video will be appearing on Radio Hyrule on Saturday, May 4th at 16:00 EDT/13:00 PDT/20:00 UTC. Don't miss this, RSVP to the event on Facebook. The first tracks are being posted on YouTube now, take a look at Overture to see a trailer!
However we will need some help, streaming high quality video is expensive, so we are seeking help to fund the event, being titled "One Final Tribute" [to Twilight Princess]. Donations above $60 will be listed as stream sponsors before and after the broadcast, on the Radio Hyrule website, and will receive a personalized mounted still out of the video, featuring a scene or characters of your choice. Donations in excess of our live stream costs will go towards future streaming costs and video projects. We're pioneering what we believe to be an innovative new method of live streams and we'd like to deploy this solution in the future.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to use the Contact Us form.
Radio Hyrule is looking to expand its community-oriented services, and so we're looking for some developers to help with a Node.js-based Web application. Interested developers must also be familiar with using IRC and have familiarity with the IRC protocol and be willing to learn how it's actually implemented in practice, be capable of hanging out on our IRC channel full time, and able to devote about 10 hours/week of work towards coding for the next few months. Owning a Wii U and an ability to travel to Glendale, Arizona or Chandler, Arizona are also desirable.
You'll get... special perks.
If you're interested, connect to our chatroom and ping AAA_awright with description of your experience, and the sort of things keep you entertained.
A week from tomorrow, GameTrailers will be launching the first episode of a new video series that takes a close-up, in-depth look at the Zelda timeline. "The Legend of Zelda: Timeline" has been in the works for several months under the direction of GameTrailers associate editor Mike Damiani. This is definitely something you'll want to check out, especially if you're a Zelda theorist. Watch the trailer!
Link has been many places. Several different continents/islands, a few different time zones, and a parallel universe or two. Now, with the help of technology and some creative inspiration, Link is able to journey through the digital realm to save Princess Zelda. Check out the video below and stop by their channel again tomorrow to see how they pulled it off!
Hey everyone! I haven't had time to post anything on the site lately (thanks to school and finishing up Twilight Symphony), but this song always seems to tug on the right strings so I just had to share this video with you from JumpmanFR's YouTube channel.. Enjoy!