Z.R.E.O. stands for Zelda Reorchestrated, and is the old name for the group. Formed in 2004, it is their goal to transcribe the musical masterpieces that you have heard in the greatest video game series ever created: The Legend of Zelda! Their goal is to give each and every song from The Legend of Zelda series a realistic and atmospheric sound with the quality that would be expected from such film composers as John Williams, Howard Shore, and James Horner.
We don't look to seek profit or fame. This is merely our own form of artistic expression that stems from The Legend of Zelda. If it weren't for Zelda, ZREO wouldn't exist. So we are grateful to have such a legendary video game series that can pull so much inspiration out of us.
ZREO started with FireGS himself. His musical ability, inspiration from Zelda, and soulful determination allowed him to give birth to ZREO. From there, everything has just accumulated. Like a snowball rolling down a snowy mountain, ZREO grabbed the attention, and touched the hearts of the Zelda community. It was clear that ZREO was a project never seen before. The majority of the staff here at ZREO stepped on board to help lead ZREO to success because they themselves were inspired by FireGS's talent and persistence.
Disbanded January 1, 2006 for financial reasons; relaunched December 2006 with renewed vigor and updates to older material.
As of January 1, 2010, the group has chosen to be known as Zelda Reorchestrated. This change was first seen in the ID3 tags of the completed Ocarina of Time album and will be used from now on.
Current team members: http://www.zreomusic.com/staff
Projects listing: http://www.zreomusic.com/projects
Released albums: http://www.zreomusic.com/download
ZREO FAQs: http://www.zreomusic.com/about
Community Forums: http://www.zentendo.com/forums/index.php?board=67.0
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