The ocarina had higher pitches?

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Jul 3, 2011
  1. R2DJ
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    [youtube]http://youtu.be/HrXhqQwflNo[/youtube]

    I really didn't know you could hit lower/higher pitches in the game. This is really awesome!
     
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    It's also in wind waker,you could change the pitch by using the control stick.
     
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    The control stick was for changing the number of notes in Wind Waker, unless I've gone completely stupid and am remembering wrong.

    But yeah, you've been able to change the pitch of the ocarina since the N64 version.
     
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    nono, hes right about wind waker, i believe left/right changed the number of notes and up/down changed the pitch, though its not exactly as funny as with the ocarina
     
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    I was thinking about that, though the set up makes it harder to make long oddly pitched songs unless you managed to keep it at an angle (though I don't remember if that worked or not).

    I need to play Wind Waker again. :/
     
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    Yup, the pitches have been there since n64 days.
     

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