Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 4:55
Size: 4.52mb
Download Here: Elimination Game

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This originally started out as a battle theme and utilizes a syncopated percussion track, which provides that overall intensity needed for those moments in a game. I don't particularly care for how the piano sounds on this composition, however, it'll have to do for now. Additional instruments include various synth, orchestra hits and strings.


Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 3:23
Size: 3.00mb
Download Here: Positive Thoughts

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This is a mellow track utilizing the acoustic guitar, strings and a wind instrument. The song was specifically created to serve as a theme for a peaceful town/village and is sort of in the same vein as a previous composition, One Afternoon. Of course, as its name implies, it has an overall "happy" feel to it. Although mainly an acoustic track, I did manage to add an electric piano in there without altering the overall sound/mood I was attempting to create.

Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 0:48
Size: 751kb
Download Here: One Less Hope

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A slow-paced, sad theme with two separate electric piano tracks as the lead, some synth accompaniment and the bass. This song was specifically composed for use as a game over theme, but could probably highlight any other melancholy moment also. As you can clearly tell, it was composed alongside the action version of the song, On Our Way.

Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 0:42
Size: 675kb
Download Here: On Our Way

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A fast-paced theme with two separate synth tracks as the lead, created to serve as BGM for an action scene. This was composed alongside the game over version, One Less Hope and was made to provide a "common theme element" for a game. The downside to this is its short and therefore loops very quickly; you can listen to the entire song via the sample.

Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 3:47
Size: 3.48mb
Download Here: Xenophobic

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OK, so slowly but surely, I'm getting around to updating the sound samples on this blog. Goodness, this has been a horrible, time-consuming task. Stupid 4shared.com...

In the meantime, thought I'd post another composition. It really isn't anything special, kind of dark and ominous sounding, but I like the way it turned out even though it is a pretty simplistic song. For some reason, I pictured aliens invading, hence the song's title (don't ask why).

UPDATE #2: All sound samples are now fixed!! Yay!  


UPDATE #1: OK, so most of the sound samples have now been moved to a new file host. There were about a dozen or so files for which I no longer had the sample on my hard drive, but its mostly my older compositions. It'll give me a chance to update them from the previous LQ to a better HQ sample.


OLD: Ugh...so the host that I was using to stream the sound samples has changed and now none of the samples can be played!! -___-; I've found another host, so I'll have to upload the samples all over again.
Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 3:38
Size: 3.34mb
Download Here: Overcome

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This is an upbeat track with a prominent synth lead, some choir elements, strings and orchestra hits, the latter which is probably not needed. An electric piano makes its presence known at the beginning and end of the song. Despite its simplicity, I rather like the way the lead turned out on this track; I think it stands out without becoming overbearing. Not quite sure how this could fit into a game, since it wasn't actually composed with any specific use in mind. I'm filing it under the "misc" tag for now!

Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 4:16
Size: 3.89mb
Download Here: Let Sleeping Gods Lie

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Mid-tempo song with some choir elements, strings, the piano, etc., which sounds a little on the dark side at first. This was just a random track composed as BGM for a visual novel I was working on back in 2010. At the time, I remember discovering this warped-sounding bell (heard towards the end of the sample) and I created this track as an excuse just to use it. LOL. I wish the song had more of an impact at some points, but again, there wasn't much inspiration behind it other than me wanting to use that bell! ^_^

Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length:
1:42
Size: 1.56mb
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victory to the fearless

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The victory song meant to accompany the previously-uploaded track, absence of fear, also composed in 2010. Not much to really say about it except again, this was one of my first attempts at using my new guitar amp plug-in and the results are less than favorable. Hopefully, I'll get better with practice!

Format: Ogg Vorbis
Length: 3:01
Size: 2.78mb
Download Here: absence of fear

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Wow...so, while I didn't actually forget about this blog, I did seriously neglect it. Good news is, I think I finally have time in my ultra-busy schedule to post again. Just been engaged with A LOT of projects and truthfully, I sort of lost interest in composition for a while simply due to school and life. Well, lost interest isn't really the phrase, more like interest was forced from me if that makes any sense. As much as I love doing this, it will always be a hobby, so I can never actually devote as much time to it as I would like. Its a long story and you will be spared the details. Just know that I'm going to try to post again, after being absent for about a year and a half. At this point, I sort of want to begin a new blog. None of the old posts would go away until all were transferred to the new blog though. I'll think about it..

And speaking of absent, it now brings me to my first post in a very, very long time. The "absence of fear"! This was actually composed back in 2010 and around that time I got a new virtual instrument plug-in - a guitar amp VST! And like any kid with a new toy I jumped at the chance to create some different sounds. And I did so without fully understanding how it worked. The result is a less than desirable sound and although the electric guitar sounds like complete you-know-what on this track, I still rather enjoy the arrangement of this upbeat theme. I had every intention of making this a character battle theme, so I derived a win theme from this, which I shall upload later.