>No Mika Kobayashi18:40 !!! Sawano finally made a piece longer than Kajiura's longest one ! Oh wait, it's just him milking AOT again and again.Project【emU】とは、澤野弘之によるサウンドトラックリバイバルプロジェクト。 今回は、自身が音楽を担当したTVアニメ「進撃の巨人」サウンドトラックを組曲にし、ボーカリスト・ミュージシャンを迎えレコーディング、そしてスタジオで撮影した映像を公開。 Project【emU】is the soundtrack ...www.youtube.com
Amazing to see it through a live performance, although I'm pretty sure that most of audio wasn't recorded there.
Thumb up for the high consistency and thumb down for the lack of transitions, something Sawano always fails at. My iTunes can "suite" every soundtrack better.
Still something I'd like to listen more from Kajiura sama.
EDIT: Scrolling the comments section, glad to see that there are also Men of culture, not only "Godwano" groupies
Nothing official, I think. I remember an interview about her latest album (Mika type ろ) back in 2018, that included Sawano already released and lived- performed compositions on Disc 2. She said she was proud for being "her voice" during so long time, but wanted to try something else from now on... but I'm also worrying about it, since "Attack on Titan Final Season" could have been a suitable comeback or at least revival for her.>No Mika Kobayashi
Did they have a fallout or something?
I find very difficult to make compilations with "american" scores, mostly for all of these reasons you spoke about. AFAIK this website is the best place to learn more about composer credits or tracklist, but does anyone know a better place, some kind of VGMdb ?I presume it's the complete score but I didn't compare it to the movie or complete bootlegs.
This is disappointing particularly because these demos are not that different from the final result (composition/arrange wise; they do not appear to be early drafts or anything like that). We got only these six demos which are very close to the final recordings. Eh.
Some stuff is edited differently than on the original release (some tracks were mixed/crossfaded together on the original release, while they are seperate here; on the flipside "Dragon Battle" is now part of "This Is Berk" on Deluxe - but those two were still crossfaded together on the original release with even less space between), I don't know how much the tracks might differ in the middle (I don't have every single note and sound memorized; I'm not sure why some titles are different on tracks which appear to be the same).
Fans rating: 2/5 (49 votes)I find very difficult to make compilations with "american" scores, mostly for all of these reasons you spoke about. AFAIK this website is the best place to learn more about composer credits or tracklist, but does anyone know a better place, some kind of VGMdb ?