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Rhythm Encounter 39 – Interview: Materia Collective on Hero of Time

Fans of Final Fantasy music (and our humble podcast) may have heard of Materia Collective. They are a group of talented musicians from around the world who collaborate to make both original music and thoughtful re-imaginations of classic game tunes. Seriously, go check some of their stuff out; there are hours worth of amazing music to listen to. The group’s latest project is an orchestral album featuring music from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Dubbed Hero of Time, this album will feature one hour of arrangements from Ocarina of Time recorded by a live orchestra!

RPGFan’s own Marcos Gaspar recently had the chance to sit down with Eric Buchholz and Sebastian Wolff, the men behind Hero of Time, to discuss the project. Check out his interview and get a hint of what we can expect from this exciting orchestral arrangement of one of the most beloved Zelda games of all time! And if you like what you hear and want to snag a copy of this album when it releases in March, head on over to Kickstarter and become a backer!

The amazing group of musicians known as Materia Collective are working on a new orchestral album featuring music from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and Rhythm Encounter has the exclusive scoop! Join Marcos as he chats with Eric Buchholz and Sebastian Wolff about this exciting new arrangement!

Featuring: Marcos Gaspar, Eric Buchholz, Sebastian Wolff

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Caitlin Argyros

Caitlin Argyros

Caitlin (she/her) joined RPGFan as a podcaster but has since expanded her collection of hats to include reviews, features, and proofreading. When she's not writing for the site, she's saving the people of Eorzea in FFXIV, slaying gods in the Xeno series, and globetrotting across Zemuria in the Trails games. Oh, and petting every sweet cat and good dog she comes across.

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