It seems Aniplex will soon be publishing a recording of the Persona Music Live concert onto DVD soon on September 16th, an event that over 1400 people attended in Akasaka Blitz a few months ago! The slightly more expensive first press edition will cost 4410 Yen (US$46) and will include a CD filled with 24 live recordings of Persona music (extracted and converted from the DVD) complete with a sleeve.
According to the Sony Music Shop, the DVD will be 120 mins long, 16:9 aspect ratio and have Linear PCM audio which means it will most likely be 2.0 stereo sound but, I’m sure my sound card can do something about that so I can enjoy surround sound.
The DVD is already available for ordering from Play-Asia.
Looks like it could still be some time before we see the Persona Music Live DVD.
Currently the idea of such a DVD is still only listed under Atlus’ “Project D” listing which, is a list of products that Atlus fans suggests to the company and petitions for to be produced. So far, the DVD is at the top of the list with just over a hundred signatures with the last being made early this month.
I don’t know how good that is but, that’s less than a tenth of the fans who attended the event. Lets hope it really is good enough to get the thumbs up from Atlus soon!
The Persona Trinity Soul OST is out and that means I can finally listen to the full version of the second ending, “Found Me” sung by Yumi Kawamura, who also sang the theme songs for Persona 3. Unfortunately, there’s no music video so I’ll just have to embed the short TV version from the show.
Kawamura should consider teaming up with a lyricist and composer so that she can become a full time singer. I think she’s got talent and would do very well if she was to start releasing her own singles. Her other song on the OST, “Mellow Dream” which appeared in episode seventeen is also pretty good.