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This Japanese violinist covers music from classic Nintendo games

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The Super NES introduced, along with great adventures, some of the songs that stayed with us forever. Today a Japanese musician pays tribute to some of these songs to the rhythm of his violin. Furthermore, it not only perfectly interprets the soundtracks, but correctly emulates the effects produced during the game. That is to say, a live cover from games to games like Super Mario World, F-Zero or Super Mario Kart

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Super mario world

F-ZERO

The launch of Super NES, brought some of the most beautiful video games ever seen thanks to its technological leap. However, something that could not be overlooked was the good sound that Nintendo's 16-bit system brought. The Nintendo console was the first cartridge-based console that could recognizably bring the player closer to a wide range of instruments, leaving aside the classic beeps and artificial sounds of previous generations.



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