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Alpha_Hydrae on 06/07/2017 at 07:56PM

The 5th and last volume of It's time for adventure !

Hey there !

I've just released the 5th volume of It's time for adventure !, that I think will be the last one for this idea. It was at start kind of nothing. I was doing a soundtrack for the 10th anniversary of a RPG forum I used to play on. But I had a good time to do it so I continued, with a bigger idea of the concept. It was really great to do, and I'm really glad that people use and remix it in video and sometimes in videogames. You guys are making my dreams come true. Thanks a lot.

Here is a playlist with all tracks from my Komiku's project I think accurate for my vision of the potential game I've in mind. But it's just my vision of the stuff, you can do your if you're enough bored to do something like that :p

I think I'll continue doing stuff around RPG videogame soundtrack, but maybe it'll be a different ambiant, more accurate, because it's like a mess here ! Or maybe a fighting game soundtrack, like hyper speed bossa nova like in Marvel VS Capcom game or stuff like that. Could be fun.

Thanks a lot for using and remixing my music, You're all awesome.

Enjoy !

best,

Monplaisir 

Komiku - "Opening" (02:01)
Komiku - "Opening" (02:01)
Komiku - "Un désert" (04:05)
Komiku - "Un désert" (04:05)
Komiku - "Filthy" (01:37)
Komiku - "Filthy" (01:37)
Komiku - "Time" (03:02)
Komiku - "Time" (03:02)
Komiku - "Balance" (03:26)
Komiku - "Balance" (03:26)
Komiku - "Tension" (03:21)
Komiku - "Tension" (03:21)
Komiku - "Bleu" (03:31)
Komiku - "Bleu" (03:31)
Komiku - "Victory" (03:55)
Komiku - "Victory" (03:55)
Komiku - "Outro" (01:22)
Komiku - "Outro" (01:22)
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murmurintemporel on 05/28/2017 at 06:49AM

New Release : Daniel James Dolby - In Memoriam

From UK, Daniel James Dolby is a composer for Film, Television and Games.
In Memoriam was composed to try and portray the feelings when a relationship is coming to an end.

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murmurintemporel on 03/06/2017 at 07:52PM

New Release : ASOTWL - K-141

K-141 by ASOTWL is inspired by the Kursk submarine disaster that occurred in the Barents Sea on August 12th 2000.

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Adrianna_Krikl on 03/03/2017 at 02:17PM

5 new songs - “Sonic Distractions” with melodic electronic tones

It's an absolute pleasure for me to create music, so for my birthday I decided to give away a brand new 5-song electronic album for free. The album Sonic Distractions is a diverse mix of electronica and trip-hop with hypnotic vocal loops, as well as instrumentals with emotive electronic tones. Soundsphere Magazine writes the song "Bring You" is "a wonderfully weird slice of trip-hop." Acid Ted proclaims "Got Me" is "clattering house with real drive and more than a little Eastern psychedelic swirl."  I hope you enjoy listening to and utilizing Sonic Distractions for your projects. ~adrianna


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happypuppyrecords on 01/13/2017 at 05:35PM

Music inspired by MiNRS

from Kevin's blog http://kevinarts.blogspot.ca/

Hey there! Lee Rosevere here.. thanks for reading this - the first official post as Happy Puppy has moved our homebase to the FMA. And I got something new..


It never ceases to amaze me how giving away my music for free has come back to me in many ways - videos, podcasts, short films.. it's led to some amazing opportunities for me. Most recently, young adult author Kevin Sylvester used some of my music as a soundtrack while he was writing his most recent book MiNRS2.


This blew me away - I read the books, and really enjoyed them - so much that I challenged myself to write music to make sort of an 'unofficial' soundtrack or score to the books.

The whole process took 5 days: 2 to read the books, and 3 to compose all the music. Full album is here - you don't have to be familiar with the books to enjoy it (I hope), but it certainly helps.

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