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Could someone help realize my song?
Old 11th December 2012
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Could someone help realize my song?

EDIT: I have added an introduction to my song which is the intense action women choir singing calmly. After which, the uplifting calm heroic happy tune plays leading into the choir singing very intense. Again, it is just me singing (and also, the happy tune and the calm action tune are supposed to go together at once later in the video). Also, I have made what I believe might be the rythm of the calm action piece and calm happy tune (you hear it in the beginning). The claps go on the words "colly," "must," "veel," "colly," "jolly," "jolly," "ener...":

Link's new heroic tune (has the feel of the ending of a new Zelda commercial. When the person in the commercial says something like "The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, in stores *insert time*," this heroic commercial-ending tune comes up:

Here is a sung example of the instrumental part of the action I hear incase the words seem confusing in portraying how the song goes:

And the actual worded song itself:

I have made these catchy Zelda songs in my head that I really feel from (some of them being quite powerful). And I have truthfully judged them as being really good songs. But I don't have any knowledge or skill necessary in actually physically making music. Therefore, I could only sing them the best I could despite having no knowledge or skill in singing either, and uploaded them onto Soundcloud.

Now I could acquire all the skills I need and eventually produce these songs myself and I am beginning to learn music as of now, but producing these songs myself would be many years later down the road. So if I can get my songs out (or at least just one of them) into the world now for what they are right now as I hear them in my head, I would be very grateful. I know that many people don't have the time and very few will actually do this, but if someone is interested, could he/she produce just one of my songs that I've judged to be the most powerful (and any other songs I have, though I highly doubt that to even be a possibility)? However, if you were to produce my song as you interpret it, it will come out as something completely different, which is why a trail and error process is necessary so that you know how this song feels and goes. So if anyone is willing to help me, let's just take it one step at a time for this song and take it piece by piece. You would make a rough instrumental of the parts (the instrument choice does not matter at this stage), send it to me, and I will explain if it's right or not and what needs to be done to make it right.

This one particular song I'm talking about I have truthfully judged to be worthy of being a new opening song for a new Zelda videogame (it perfectly expresses Twilight Princess in its own way if it were about Link saving villages from monsters and making everyone happy. Twilight Princess has its own opening theme which is obviously perfect since Koji Kondo made it. And I have truthfully judged mine to be perfect as well, but again, in its own way. I am not saying that just because I made this song--I am being completely honest and judging this song as though looking at it as a creation of someone else's--even from someone I hate). Of course, in this stage, it will sound terrible because it is sung with flaws and has yet to be perfected.

It begins with a happy heroic tune that has a feeling of suspense as well as a opening/closing feel to it (like the opening/ending of a Twilight Princess commercial). This happy tune then leads into the intense action part of the song (the last note on the happy tune which is a low note, is supposed to rise in pitch with a 'ffffffff' sound with it near the end of that note, which would be a phaser sound going into the intense powerful motivational action part of the song). Also, the happy tune and action part are supposed to play together and I can hear them perfectly both playing together in technical terms and how they feel in my head near the end of the song (but it's my singing flaws making everything seem way off). That happy tune is I think like a string that goes with the action tune.

Now as for the action part, I need to give you an example of what I mean. You hear words singing which sound like "collly jolly jolly energy," but it's actually an intense women choir singing in some other language that only sounds like those words (those are not the actual words, just my take on what they sound like to me).

Here is a song with an intense choir that gives an example of what my song feels like (it is called "Heroic Trailer"):

[New] Cavendish Music - Heroic Trailer (Epic Choral Action) - YouTube

The choir woman is sort of like the one I hear singing those words in my head. Now I could come up with any sort of singing in my head, and apply a singing choir to it. But not all songs are suited (made) for choirs. However, the song I created is perfectly made for the intense choir and perfectly has the feel of it--it is it. But again, my song is not all action. It has this, again, happy heroic tune with it (not "sunshine and rainbows" type of happy, but sort of calm like a calm hero who is off to destroy enemies to save others and make them happy). And when this hero fights these enemies, that intense action part starts. And you also hear other singing in my song like (acolly must, acolly JUST), which is also the action part as well.

Finally, I have made an instrumental of this song the best I could despite having no knowledge or experience in doing so (the happy tune really sounds like I got that about right, but the action part here is I think sort of way off):

The New Zelda Opening Song (Instrumental) - YouTube

You don't have to dedicate your time into making a full production of this song (just get it out how it is now choosing any instruments you feel suit the song), though you can make a full production of it if you wish. And even though everything in my song is in order (how the opening/closing tune opens up into the action, then closes the action, leading into the next part of the action, playing again, leading into the final part of the action, and finally closing the song itself), I think that maybe the whole song is not complete. There could be things added in, but that doesn't matter at this point. I am just eager to get this song out because I really feel from it and wish to share my bond to Zelda to others with this song I made.

Here are other link on Soundcloud in case you can't watch Youtube:

EDIT: This Zelda song I've made is so catchy and powerful and fits Zelda perfectly that I feel it's literally "up for grabs" (something that seems it would be so obviously used in a future Zelda game). I feel that Koji Kondo (the maker of the Zelda music) has this same exact Zelda song created in his head or that he will create it in his head and use it for a future Zelda game. In the unlikely event that my song gets "stolen" by Koji Kondo, this post here and this edit notice will be proof that this Zelda song was mine to begin with. The edit notice below this post only shows when this post was last edited, so if my song were to be made by him, there would be no way I could recently edit this post with this information I am posting now into tricking you that I was the one who made it, without that edit notice below being updated to the recent date.

Now I will also have to post a worded version of my song (in case for some unknown reason, the audio version of it doesn't get through and sounds nothing like it to you). The song starts with a calm epic action women choir singing "acolly mustaveel colly jolly jolly ener..." After which, the uplifting calm happy heroic tune plays which goes "do do-do-do do-do doooooooooooo do do-do-do do-do dooooooooooooooo," the 1st half of the tune ascends and the 2nd half descends. Then the action starts with the women choir singing intense "ACOLLY JOLLY MUSTAVEEL COLLY JOLLY JOLLY ENERGY FININ' ANUDDER PWACE IWOOOOOOOOD COLLY JOLLY JOLLY ENERGY." Then the next part of the intense action sings "ACOLLY MUST ACOLLY JUST ACOLLY JOLLY JOLLY ENERGY," and so on from there. Again, these are words in another language and only sound like the words I am describing (those are not the actual words). The instrumental of the 1st part of the action would go "duh DO DO DO-DO-DO DO DO DO DO-DO-DO DODODODODOOODOOODOOOOOOOOOO DO DO DO DO-DO-DOO," the other action part would go "do-do DOO do-do DOO DO DO DO DO-DO-DOO."

If somehow Koji Kondo has this same exact song that I have in my head and creates it for a new Zelda game, I will have proof that I have made it. I will then show this proof to many Zelda fans and be known as a Zelda prophet and having practically the same mind as Koji Kondo when creating Zelda music.

If, for some reason, Youtube gets taken down, I will have Soundcloud, Dailymotion, and Metacafe as backup proof below.[/b]
Old 11th December 2012
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"A colly must, a colly just, a colly molly jolly lolly energy"

Quite catchy I must say.
Old 12th December 2012
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can someone please produce this for matt? i really want to hear what they come up with!!
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