Take a moment and focus not on the words you see running down at the bottom of your screen, nor the colorful images that you see play out across the screen. Instead focus on the sounds. Watching anime is one experience, listening to it can be another experience altogether. It can be strong, soft and deep; it can trigger emotions in a way that words fail to do. An anime’s sound can have a story all its own and an opening can hold much meaning behind an anime. It is why we ourselves look so deeply into an anime’s opening as It has a characteristic that is uniquely that anime’s.
Other openings like, Nichijou’s first one are to showcase the pure randomness that is this gem of an anime.
Anime like ERASED, Konosuba, Interviews With Monster Girls are all wonderful examples of such divergence in music and song that allow for them to standout as prime examples. I could probably list dozens more as I just love composition. Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood has one of the BEST compositions in an anime that I have ever listened to. It has the heavy beatings of drums, the blaring of trumpets and horns and it has soft, tender moments portrayed via violin and piano. This honestly has some of the best composition work, at least in our own opinion. The story that one can convey from this anime’s soundtrack is empowering and heavy. No two anime will ever feel the same when you look at it from a musical standpoint. It is from this that we are able to better appreciate similar genre titles like Nisekoi, Angel Beats or Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions; as they all share similar themes, but the music is so unique to each and everyone.
Continuing with the above mentions in terms of an anime’s opening, the songs choice can signify what one can expect from a new season or a new cur. This is both informative and also revealing. Heroes will be tested, loves could be broken/shaped and it all will play out in such a gorgeous and melodious way.
Openings like Soul Eater 2 are deep and bleak in order to reflect a trying time and moment for Maka and Soul.
What are some anime that you love for their musical approaches? Have you ever decided to take a moment to look into watching an anime from just a musical standpoint? If not please consider doing so next time you fire up an anime to watch; you may end up walking out of the session with a better appreciation for the work that goes into bringing the anime to life. Feel free to leave us a comment down below!
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