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Rathunas: The Sanctuary

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Feb 19, 2015 | 5:32 PM EST
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4.1 MB
1 min 49 sec
Score
3.97 / 5.00

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Rated 3.97 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
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scrolls
elder
sacred
rathunas

Author Comments

Hey there guys,

Here is another one of the ingame level tracks of the Elder Scrolls - Oblivion mod "RATHUNAS" i am working on right now. The mod is stil beta and offers a large (5-10 hours of gameplay) and elaborate quest with riddles and lots of wonderful details. 35 voiceactors were recorded. The mod is developed by Scott and Katherine Courtney who did an excellent job creating this great project.

If you liked the track also check out my Trailer i also composed the soundtrack for:

Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tj52qR-rcM

I hope you will enjoy the track! Honest votes and reviews are always highly appreciated!

Addition: This Track has been accepted as an official demo for Eduardo Tarilontes awesome choir library Mystica *happy*

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LichLich

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Mystica is a pretty damn awesome choir library! I personally think that apart from some really expensive top-end solutions, it's probably the best choir Kontakt Library out there!

The choir itself is pretty damn excellent. It sounds authentic and so realistic, comparable to a hall of humans being hired to sing it all out (which is essentially what the pack is anyway haha). The spoken phrases behind it legitimately sound like something you would hear in an Elder Scroll game (I'd say Mission accomplished to that!) and it has such a slow-paced but soothing tone to it.

My gripe with the track though is the Reverb plate you used (or an equivalent). There seems to be some low-mid & low end substance completely missing from the choir and the reverb seems to resonate in strange places on the higher end, giving me a minor ear ache when listened to on either Studio Headphones or through my ADAM A5X's (but doesn't seem to be a problem through consumer headphones).

+1 to the Bell and the sprinkled FX. THere isn't much of but when it drops in, it's so damn effective!
Overall, awesome job! I will have to check out the mod once it's done just to hear this piece in!


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RetsamehtmaiRetsamehtmai

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really love this choir! It sounds like a track you would hear inside a chapel or church. It makes me think of a room with rays of light shining through stain glass windows reflecting beautiful colors all around. Ah, very nice, is this kind of setting what this song was made for? :)


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SoundChris responds:

Thanks a lot man! Sorry for the late reply. Things have been quite busy here (new job, serious illnes and other not so cool things) so it seems i have overseen your very kind review. Your description fits very well to the scenery it was meant for. The track is played in the elder scrolls oblivion mod rathunas in the priory of the goddess Kynareth. There also is another track that i have made especially for the shrine where you can hear the goddess whisper to her visitors.

If you want to know more about the project check out this trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tj52qR-rcM

You can find the mod here:
http://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/mods/45880/?

Thanks a lot for leaving your thoughts here and all the best!

Chris


TatortFanTatortFan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

What an awesome Track! Everything sounds so real. Unbelievable that this is a virtual instrument... The composition and also the sound are so nice and heavenly!

5/5 - Fav - DL!


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SoundChris responds:

Thank you Tatort :)


MawnzMawnz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm just dreaming myself away from this choir *_*


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SoundChris responds:

Thanks a lot Mawnz!


ZStriefelZStriefel

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is absolutely gorgeous.


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SoundChris responds:

Thanks a lot ZStriefel!