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[VIDEO] Experience the Zelda Symphony with this behind-the-scenes exclusive look

Sure to make your body Tingle.

Editor’s note: The Top Shelf Gaming staff is beyond excited to share with you our first in-house video project. This marks the beginning of a new type of content offering from our humble staff. We hope you enjoy this labor of love and support us by Subscribing to our YouTube channel, and Liking and Commenting on the video.

If you didn’t know, we’re huge Zelda fans here at TSG and the Zelda Symphony holds a special place in our hearts. That is why we give away tickets to The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses when it rolls through San Diego during Comic-Con weekend.

The concert’s producer, Jason Michael Paul, invited our team backstage for an inside look at how the Hylian sausage is made. We spoke with JMP for almost an hour before the performance, discussing how new pieces of music are integrated into the performance and how the Symphony’s orchestrators must adapt the music using only the games as reference. In the coming weeks, the full interviews will be posted as separate videos on our YouTube channel. For now, enjoy the video below, which shows you what you can expect when you attend a performance of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses!

Thank you so much for watching. This is the first video on our brand new YouTube channel and it has truly been a labor of love. At the time of posting we have less than 10 subscribers. Again, please support us by Subscribing to the channel, commenting with your feedback, liking the video and sharing it with your friends. It would mean the world to us.

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Written by Marcus Garrett

Marcus created Top Shelf Gaming to celebrate the awesome things about the video game industry while challenging the areas of the video game community that could be improved. He loves playing guitar and eating tacos, but never at the same time.

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