JeffR wrote:Very cool stuff, as always.
Speaking of game music, I'd always been fascinated with games that use persistent themes throughout, leitmotifs, if I remember the name right. I'd enjoyed bits of it when it showed up, but a game that seriously rocked the concept into the stratosphere was Undertale. Did you ever play it, or hit up the OST? The use of leitmotifs to tie themes together even before you run into characters or associated characters with areas is pretty incredible when you go back and look at it afterwards.
Was just curious if you'd ever experimented with that sort of thing before. It's such a deep and fascinating concept to me.
Sure have...generally for games that I've been hired to score...it's a lot of fun. "World's Dawn" is a good example...it's on Steam if you're interested.
Was busy shooting a new film this past week, but I did manage to get some new tracks done for everyone. They are on my Fantasy 6 and 7 pages:
"Dark Fantasy Open"_Looping
"Spell's a Brewin'_v001"_Looping
"Some Dreamy Place_v001"_Loopinghttp://soundimage.org/fantasy-7/