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Indiana – Music Update

Today I had a breakthrough regarding the music for our next game, codenamed: Indiana.  For the last week or so I was having a hard time figuring out the sound for our new game and which direction I should take the music.  But today, that all changed thanks to a wonderful little instrument known as the Whale Drum.  In order to fit the adventure vibe, I wanted the music to sound adventurous without feeling too dark, ethnic without being too foreign all while consisting of infectious rhythmic patterns which I guarantee will be stuck in your head while playing!  So the main bulk of the score for this project will be made up of the Whale Drum, Kalimba, and a touch of Riq drum playing for some ethno drum craziness.  Below you’ll see a screen capture from my audio workstation featuring one of these tracks being composed.  Back to it… so I can move on to design duties later this week!

 

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Rescue Love Revenge – Audio Post #1 – Music

Here are the three tracks I composed for Rescue Love Revenge.  Being an Episodic Retro Indie Three-Act Spaghetti Western Platformer…for iOS, we wanted the score to reflect the retro vibe with a chiptune sound while referencing the western vibe by incorporating Ennio Morricone inspired orchestral and guitar elements.

All three tracks feature a very cool marriage of a chiptune sound and live guitar work with a rock drum and electronic bass.  These are in essence, Ennio Morricone meets 8BitWeapon.

RLR – The Soundtrack

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