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Takeshi Furukawa - The Last Guardian herunterladen Darsteller: Takeshi Furukawa
Titel: The Last Guardian
Stil: Soundtrack
Etikett: Iam8bit
# Cat: 8BIT-8051
Freigegeben: 2017
Land: US
FLAC album: 1327 mb
MP3 album: 1578 mb
Bewertung: 4.6
Genre: Bildschirm

Trackliste

1Epilogue1:48
2Condor Clash4:25
3Panorama0:37
4Hanging Garden2:20
5The Nest3:22
6The Tower0:50
7Forest2:05
8Finale II: Escape6:38
9Sentinel I2:50
10Overture: Lore3:05
11Victorious2:24
12Sentinel II2:30
13Flashback3:29
14End Titles: The Last Guardian Suite7:47
15Wounded3:05
16Finale 1: Apex6:26
17Sanctuary2:31
18Alone1:54
19Falling Bridge3:40

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneTakeshi Furukawa The Last Guardian™ Soundtrack: Composer's Choice Edition ‎(19xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Not On LabelnoneUSA, Canada & Europe2016
KDSD 00938Takeshi Furukawa 人喰いの大鷲 (The Last Guardian) ‎(CD)Team Entertainment Inc.KDSD 00938Japan2016

Credits

  • Bass ClarinetChi-Yu Mo
  • BassoonRachel Gouch
  • Chorus MasterDavid Swinson, Terry Edwards
  • ClarinetAndrew Marriner
  • FluteGareth Davies
  • Guitar, Mandolin, DulcimerKen Belcher
  • HornJohn Thurgood
  • OboeOlivier Stankiewicz
  • Orchestrated By, ConductorTakeshi Furukawa
  • PerformerLondon Voices, The London Symphony Orchestra, Trinity Boys Choir
  • PianoTakeshi TK Furukawa (tracks: Takeshi Furukawa)
  • Recorded ByAdam Miller , Fiona Cruickshank, Geoff Foster, Jorge Velasco, Milton Gutierrez, Satoshi Noguchi
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByShinnosuke Miyazawa
  • Sound DesignerKoichi Sanchez-Imahashi
  • TrumpetPhil Cobb

Hinweise

Made in France

Vinyl Artwork & Design by Nimit Malavia
Music Published by Sony Music Publishing (Japan) Inc.

Score Recorded at Lyndhurst Hall, Air Studios
Recording Assistants - John Prestage, Laurence Anslow & Alex Ferguson

Additional Recordings at The Village, The Bridge Recording
Recording Assistants - Billy Centennaro, Matt Dyson, Andy Zisakis & Cody Laughner

Barcodes

  • Barcode (On Sticker): 8 52428 00759 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 8BIT-8051 - A 17-0066NL 尺 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 8BIT-8051 - B 17-0066NL 尺 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 8BIT-8051 - C 17-0066NL 尺 MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D ( Winged Skull Over X )): 8BIT-8051 - D 17-0066NL ☠ MPO

Unternehmen

  • Pressed By – MPO

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Kommentare: (24)
Arthunter
I just received a copy of this 2 LP set and this pressing confounds me. The light gray LP is the noisiest vinyl I've heard in ages. In quiet passages, it's like you are listening to a radio broadcast -- there is an easily perceptible amount of noise almost like a faint static, accompanied by small ticks. The dynamics are also rather flat. It's as if someone took the 90db that was used to master the CD presentation and just compressed it to fit 60db. Muddy mids, neutered low end, and no sparkling highs to be found.The dark gray LP is a different story. Yes, it has surface noise, but it's not as noticeable as it is on the light gray LP. Instead, we get more small ticks. On the plus side, the dynamic range seems improved. While it still doesn't have booming bass or sparkling highs, it's a notable improvement over the light gray disc. Either way, Takeshi Furukawa's work deserves better than this. The level of background/surface noise is unacceptable. If I was him I'd be hella pissed.Shame on iam8bit and those responsible for green-lighting this pressing. My advice to them is: Spend more time on the MUSIC and less time on fancy packaging. I will be returning the LPs and picking up the digital version instead.Equipment:Music Hall MMF 5.1 w/ Goldring 1042Marantz Pre-proRotel AmpMartin Logan ESLs
Malaunitly
I have turned it up... WAY up. Sure the music gets louder, but so do the static, clicks, and pops. Sounds like an FM radio broadcast at best. This is easily the lousiest sounding vinyl in my collection. Total shame.
Wild Python
I recommend playing it louder. You hear more noise, but it sort of needs it to really sound like a concert performance.
Tekasa
A long awaited release for many and one that made me put less faith in Iam8bit as a company. The artwork is rather crude and pretentious looking. It doesn't reflect the game very well except the inner piece left of the track list. In that aspect its rather disappointing. Nothing I would put up for show but not terrible either. There are some strange design decisions however. Such as the records labels not being numbered. I understand the concept that they are using the picture on the label to match the image in the record jacket, but its fairly complicated. You would think the fold closest to you of this double gatefold contains the first record but not so in my case. The pictures you are supposed to match are also very similar to each other, adding to the problem. And lastly the colors on the sleeve are inverted making whats black on the label white on the sleeve. Why this exceptionally degenerate design decision was made I can not even begin to fathom. On to the music which purely sound wise is quite decently transferred which is why this is a relief since my last purchase of an 8bit release. And I say transferred because thats what it sounds like, a digital file translated without much more though. The recordings make the sound hold up with a deep and rich soundstage with pleasant bass to boot. But its not very wide, tall or punchy. The dynamics are somewhat here but not enough and the music is very quiet so its a given that you crank the volume to really feel those good aspects at all, which leads into the main problem.That problem being what I and many other early buyers face which is the god awful pressing. There are pops and crackles, but they are not the main issue here. Its the horrendous pressing that is. By god is that surface noise prominent throughout the whole listening experience. I at first even thought it was a part of the music since it intervals up and down. This should be unacceptable on such eloquent music. Perhaps I can receive a better copy but for now I have to place this along with my other Journey soundtrack as the worst records in my collection. Which the same company gets to hold the trophy for twice over now. Such a shame that video games get little care put into their vinyl releases.Update: With my new Nagaoka MP-110 the surface noise is somewhat reduced actually making it listenable. Preferably you want a cart which doesnt reveal surface noise very much. Those with other carts will likely suffer with this release. Will update again after proper vacuum cleaning.Update 2:Cleaning naturally didnt help as this has to do with the vinyl formulation itself. But with my new Nagaoka MP-200 Im feeling like the soundstage is at the same time better than ever but also shows the flaws more clearly. In general my initial thoughts still hold true though. I will raise the score by 1 star but no more as the pressing just prevents an enjoyable listen many times.Equipment used:Rega RP1 with Rega Carbon cartridgeCyrus 2 AmplifierSystem Fidelity SF-3050 Tower SpeakersCustom made HQ Speaker CablesUpdated Equipment: Nagaoka MP-110Update 2 Equipment:Nakaoka MP-200
Porgisk
Unfortunately there is a ton of surface noise. It looks nice but that is about it.
Ganthisc
note that combining the four label you have the boy arm tattoo (the only representation of that? there is not in the artbook).
Innadril
Too bad it makes the side labeling confusing as hell.
Manona
I just received my copy of this. I think it looks really good, I would like more inner sleeve protection for the discs. I think this is one of the finest cinematic scores of either Film or Video Game in the last five years. You can hear the Thomas Newman influence and elements of Jerry Goldsmith with the vivacity of Zimmer. I think Takeshi Furukawa has huge talent and I will be following his career closely. The huge sadness is the prominent surface noise. I thought it was my stylus but from the comments below it seems not. It really is a big probem for such intricately exposed orchestral music. I am really dissapointed. I really want Iam8bit to be successful because they care about these fabulous scores that come from the video game world, but they really need to get more professional or face losing this unique market.
Melipra
Just to let you know, the surface noise can greatly be reduced with a better cart.
Anayaron
dingleyandell I just received my copy of this. I think it looks really good, I would like more inner sleeve protection for the discs. I think this is one of the finest cinematic scores of either Film or Video Game in the last five years. You can hear the Thomas Newman influence and elements of Jerry Goldsmith with the vivacity of Zimmer. I think Takeshi Furukawa has huge talent and I will be following his career closely. The huge sadness is the prominent surface noise. I thought it was my stylus but from the comments below it seems not. It really is a big probem for such intricately exposed orchestral music. I am really dissapointed. I really want Iam8bit to be successful because they care about these fabulous scores that come from the video game world, but they really need to get more professional or face losing this unique market. Correction, I dont think they really care about creating a quality product. Its all about selling collectors items to them. Just look at the new Zelda release. Amazing packaging but pressings just as bad as ever. They majority of people buying these products might not even be music lovers and are simply interested in buying their favorite franchises products and never using them, as I have seen many videos of people showing off their purchases. Its really sad for us that care but if the market really does consist of all lot of these collectors then it might never change. I for one wont be buying any more Iam8bit releases unless its something I really want.
Arakus
Definitely the worst sounding record I own. The amount of surface noise on this is unbelievable. I read many comments mentioning the declining quality of iam8bit releases, and I really thought (or at least hoped) they were exaggerating. This pressing is atrocious. Here's a short clip for anyone interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAmTLD6mKbs
Goltikree
My feedback mirrors yours. I was/am so disappointed that I emailed iam8bit asking if they intend to perform a recall or, at very least, provide an exchange program.Update 4/29/19: I contacted iam8bit and they said my only recourse is to take up a return/exchange with the seller.
Gindian
Sadly I agree. I want to be wrong but considering the amount of time it took to put this together its unnaceptable.
ACOS
Yup, I agree. Some of my favorite records that I bought 35 years ago and often listened to do not sound that bad.
anonymous
Will update photos soon, these low quality ones are just a placeholder.
Garr
Cheers big ears, in a while crocodile. (Three more words to fill the 10 word count, there we go...)
Munigrinn
dpfrag Will update photos soon, these low quality ones are just a placeholder. I got you bro
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My pressing of this album is very noisy/muddy. Anyone else have this issue with this pressing? Lost of cyclic static and the occasional pop.
Kiaile
I picked up a copy this week and sadly it's just as bad as yours. :(
Flarik
yes. surface noise all through both discs. I thought I had an audio connection problem or stylus issue. Very dissapointing.
Goldfury
dpfrag No problems here that I'm aware of, that's really unfortunate. Maybe get in touch with Iam8bit, I'm sure they'd replace it... they should anyway. Good luck dear Rompcat! How much is too much noise though? Mine has not arrived yet but Im not sure what is acceptable for them since they always seem to put out sub par products in my experience.
JoldGold
Rompcat My pressing of this album is very noisy/muddy. Anyone else have this issue with this pressing? Lost of cyclic static and the occasional pop. Oh god no, not another bad pressing by Im8bit. Ill let people know how mine sounds.
Whilingudw
No problems here that I'm aware of, that's really unfortunate. Maybe get in touch with Iam8bit, I'm sure they'd replace it... they should anyway. Good luck dear Rompcat!
Captain America
Takeshi Furukawa's best work yet. Expansive moments of subtle emotion mixed with epic and triumphant hits of victory and panic. Never lost in the true purpose of the score, Furukawa creates an atmosphere of excitement and mystery while maintaining absolute devotion to the story.In its simplest form - this is everything you remember from your first play through of this stunningly beautiful and complex game from SIE Japan Studio.