This is the Zelda Guitar Tab. Hateno Village Guitar Cover.
The Hateno Village theme song is one of the noteworthy tracks off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. When the game debuted back in 2017, gamers worldwide glorified it for different reasons. The music was among these reasons. Besides, up till now, Breath of the Wild is still one of the highest-rated action-adventure games, made exclusively for Nintendo Switch.
While the game has had hundreds of songs composed for it (in its entire course of development), some of its tunes have remained mesmerizing to ardent music lovers like me. The Hateno Village song is one such song. Created to suit the scenic views of the East Necluda Mountains, this is one song whose poignant touch is irresistible. The song befits its application in the serene environment in the bustling village.
Although the track can be performed using a wide range of instruments, I preferred covering it in guitar to bring out that unique emotional sensation from the original song. I have attached the Hateno Village chords that I used below, just in case you want to play this. To make this cover possible, I incorporated a high-quality condenser microphone that was able to filter peripheral noise. Here is the amazon link for the microphone. Just to let you know that I would receive a small commission if you decide to purchase it. The original composers of the Hateno Village song are Manaka Kataoka, Hajime Wakai, and Yasuaki Iwata, with Manaka being the lead composer. Let’s not forget that the novel track has multiple instruments. These include a violin and some pianos, hence the need to have several skillful instrumentalists.
Playing this song on guitar is quite complex but still very much achievable. Nonetheless, for better success at this task, make sure you maintain a moderate tempo of about 116bpm. Other remarkable songs in the Breath of the Wild Soundtrack are Rito Village (Night), Guardian Battle, and Tarrey Town.
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