[LAU] Music made with Linux: spooky game soundtrack

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Date: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 - 11:59 am

Hi all,

I know Halloween has passed now, but in the run-up to it I recorded a
track to be used as background music for a game being developed by a
friend of mine. It's a fun, lighthearted game, so I went with a "kooky"
feel rather than anything genuinely scary. You can hear it here:


or here, for the ogg-inclined:


The harpsichord is Pianoteq, as is the piano in the bridge; the
theremin-like sound is a patch on my Waldorf Blofeld; and the tuba and
organ are both from the Fluid GM soundfont -- I wouldn't normally reach
for a GM sound set when looking for instruments, but in this case they
both worked really well. The random bits of percussion from SSO.

All sequenced and recorded in Ardour 3!

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[LAU] Music made with Linux: spooky game soundtrack, Leigh Dyer, (Wed Nov 21, 11:59 am)
Re: [LAU] Music made with Linux: spooky game soundtrack, Julien Claassen, (Wed Nov 21, 12:10 pm)