We just uploaded our The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Soundtrack with 273 tracks onto our YouTube channel—we're slowly loading's our Video Game Music Extractions on video. The entire video is six hours and 20 minutes long and it took me about seven hours to process the whole thing. Yes, it's a large file but I'd rather keep it as one video compared to uploading 273 separate ones. It also took weeks of chipping away at the track titles, composers and syncing images of where the tracks play during the game. I normally only place a handful of images from a given area or event throughout our music video uploads but.. I was determined to do a complete six hour, image-to-track match. Can't say I'll ever do that again—at least for a musical score of this size—but it is nice in a way because much like how the Symphony of the Goddess concert would sync video clips to the music, it allows you to quickly identify when the track is played if you're not familiar with the score and it also gives you something to look at while listening through.
You know, It's personally not my favorite Zelda soundtrack but it does contain some very good tracks(Old Woman's Theme, The Goddess's Mission & Thousand-Year Arachnid, just to name a few) that I still listen to today. It's worth checking out and while you're on YouTube, be sure to subscribe to our channel and leave a comment!