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2.9 MB
2 min 30 sec
4.05 / 5.00

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This is a mixture of several loops featured in the flash game "Larry and the Gnomes" by JAZZA! Originally we had planned on uploading a few of the loops separately, but at ~0:30 each, we think it makes more sense to upload one longer track with several loops. If you haven't played the game yet, this will give you an idea of the sounds you'll hear!

All of these loops will be extended greatly in the upcoming soundtrack, slated for an early July release. You can preorder the soundtrack and save a few bucks (plus get some exclusive extras)! I'll be making news posts with some demos as the release date approaches.

Preorder here :
http://www.jazzastudios.c om/gnomesmusic/index.html

As always, I greatly appreciate comments, and read every single one. I'll do my best to reply as time allows!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Disney galore!

This soundtrack reminds me a lot of Kingdom Hearts

DavidOrr responds:

Kingdom Hearts has a really nice soundtrack, thank you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pro status

Its pro man, keep up the great work, but was wondering what equipment do you use to get that sound quality? And how expensive is it? I'm working with a hand me down, hand me down cheap alesis synth, and was looking to upgrade.

DavidOrr responds:

The sounds you hear here are mainly East West Quantum Leap (EWQL) Symphonic Orchestra, EWQL Symphonic Choirs, and EWQL Stormdrum 2. I used QL Pianos as well as EWQL Ra in places, but just to touch places up.

Those all require a DAW to work with - my choice is Cubase (I currently have Cubase 4)

Thanks for the review!