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After 15 hours and a half of work, I've finally finished the last of the soundtrack for the upcoming physics platform/puzzle game. This one's meant to sound like a laboratory in a cave. I tried to make it sound very rigid, scalic and machine-like, with machinery effects and metal tool sound effects in the background, along with cave ambience, water droplets and heavy use of large reverb to make it sound like it's being played in a cave.
I got the vast minority of the sound effects from freesfx.co.uk. The rest are from Omnisphere or Stormdrum 2. Stormdrum 2 was also used for the drums and the rest is all East/West Symphonic Orchestra Silver, EXCEPT the music box (and those SWEET music box sound effects) which is from the Old Music Box free VST.
I worked hard on the atmosphere here, and I've probably got the most counterpoint and harmonies from different instruments that I've ever done in a song. In the climax at the end there's something like 15 instruments all playing different things! Plenty of modulation going on too; the song modulates between C Minor, F Minor, A Minor and A Major.
Can't forget to credit all the people who gave me feedback on this; ForgottenDawn, stunkel, camoshark, Darrenkerwin, snuitergup, Akle, and last but definitely not least, ZipZipper, whose music inspired this track! It was also inspired by steampianist's track "Mechanical Anima", to the point that I'm worried it sounds too much like a ripoff haha. Check it out here.
I hope you enjoy this! Thanks for listening, and feedback is, as always, much appreciated!