Steam (Epilogue)

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This is another background piece that I composed for the third person shooter Epilogue, a project by students of the Games Academy in Frankfurt (Germany).

This track was supposed to be played in the second half of the game when you enter the parts of the caves featuring some steampunk technology, including moving platforms, metal gates and huge gears. The track was to be implemented just before deadline but the only guy who actually was capable of doing that wasn't there to do it and so the piece ended up not being used in the game (thus giving you the oppurtunity to be the first one to use it in a game or movie ;)).

If you're interested in a perfectly loopable version of this track, check out my homepage soon or send me a message.

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Pretty decent

At the beginning there is this kind of monotonical drum, which makes this great track not very a good welcome sound. But later when the trombones, brass and some violin in the background come in, and the the way you composed it makes this song a nice, fantasy theme.

Lots of reverbs and delays. Good software instruments too.

I like it

F4LL0UT responds:

Huh, personally I actually considered the beginning to be quite fitting. I like the "monotonical" sound because in my mind it reflects primitive steam-powered machines pretty well and I think the way the track begins is intriguing - I thought it's the right way to introduce a new level or part of a level, you know: the previous song stops and this one begins with weird sounds that do not really resemble music and the player has to notice the massive change in the atmosphere. But yeah, musically it's not the best intro, so I still agree with you.

Anyhow, thanks for the review and the positive comment on the rest of the track.

Great Work

Great for the whole steam punk it would match it perfect o 10/5

F4LL0UT responds:

Thanks. I'm glad that you think that it fits to steampunk because I wasn't really sure.

Credits & Info


2.78 / 5.00

Nov 27, 2010
10:57 AM EST
Video Game
File Info
3.4 MB
2 min 30 sec

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