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Rathunas - Ocean´s Song (Instrumental)

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Dec 30, 2016 | 2:41 PM EST
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10.4 MB
4 min 33 sec
4.22 / 5.00

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Hey there guys,

Here is another one of the ingame level tracks of the Elder Scrolls - Oblivion mod "RATHUNAS" that i have created for it. Its meant to be played in the Tavern of the village. There also will be a version with life singers and lyrics - stil has to be recorded.

The mod is almost alpha 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:


I hope you will enjoy the track!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow this just amazing. I think everyone else has said what needed to be said. The mysterious and medieval feeling accompanied by all the authentic instrumentation and playing styles. It's just a nhoro to listen to this. <3


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful work! I feel like I'm just rewarming everyone else's thoughts up in the oven again by expressing this, but I was surprised to see that your song wasn't a recorded performance. You did a remarkable job of extending the capabilities of a DAW beyond what I've ever heard! I've always been drawn to music that carries one away somewhere, and this piece is certainly no exception, though I can't say I've ever played Elder Scrolls *sad, I know* *in confession, my experience is mostly limited to Super Mario Bros and Donkey Kong. Also a bit of Halo where I was more or less target practice for my bf's sniper skills*

I plan to check out more of your songs this week. Thank you for sharing your music here! =)

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A bit too calm for my taste, but in another sense, yea it's pretty good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

After about 6 playthroughs, I suddenly remembered the existence of the loop button. The loop feature was invented for music like this. This is heaven. You must be some sort of God to be able to create such sheer beauty. Humans often astound me with their talents, and as you've heard many a time, your talents for using solely digital tools to create something so humanistic and incredible continues to inspire me and my own work at every opportunity I get to create.

Keep being an inspiration and creating such beautiful music, please.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I´ve only ever played an hour or so of Elder Scrolls on my friends computer, but the music here sounds better that I remember the original score sounding. I´m pretty interested in what instruments you used for this, because they all sound good (around 2:00 it gets a little too much for me, but otherwise they all fit in very nicely). Similarly, the trailer music fits the Elder Scrolls score I remember, but sounds more epic than this. Though I´m not too much into cinematic/classic sounds (i´m a b*@ch for synths), this sounded really cool and is something I would like to listen to in a game. Very nice!

Sorry for the misunderstanding in the R4R forum. I didn´t mean any harm by it.

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SoundChris responds:

Hey there SierraRising,

thanks a lot for your kind review. No reason to apologize for the misunderstanding in the R4R forum - these things can happen :)

Well the instruments that i have used here are Eduardo Tarilonte´s ERA II (medieval Instruments), ERA II - Vocal Codex (One of the many voices), Shevannai - Voices of the Elves (also one of the solo voices in here), Forest Kingdom II (the ethereal voice with the large amount of vibrato), Mystica Female Chamber Choir for the choir accompanyment at the beginning, Spitfire Audio - Albion One (doublebass - violoncello low strings ensemble patch for the very low string base at the beginning), Embertone´s Jubal Flute (The solo flute at the beginning) and Embertone´s Arcane (The lowest of the solo voices in here). Glad you have enjoyed my track. I am a huge fan of epic orchestral soundtracks, and the skyrim ones by jeremy soule are really so enjoyable to listen to IMO.

Thanks for leaving your thoughts here and all the best. Have a great start in a happy and creative new year!