This is Matt’s remix of DaveOB’s song, Earthquake, arranged by illustrationism.
Exploring a desert, a pyramid, a tomb.
Romantic prelude to an RPG.
Another simple orchestral fanfare, short and to the point. Altered from Fanfare I.
A simple orchestral fanfare, short and to the point.
Makes use of a violin melody, supported by piano, strings and orchestral percussion.
Figured I’d give TranceCore (combo of Trance (Ibiza-Anthemish) and Hardcore). Used a simple lead and 190bpm as well as vocal stabs and sound effects in a rather straightforward and punctual pattern to drive the track along.
This piece has a simple melody, building each time it plays. It was written to fit the mood of a castle, sounding formal throughout, with some parts feeling like a fanfare. It is a shorter piece, but it loops.
(Almost) every RPG opens with that archetypal scene where the central character is called into action. In many cases it’s a tragedy. Their home town is destroyed, their father figure is killed off, or for whatever reason the protagonist’s innocence is lost. So they leave town, demand vengeance, and the story picks up from there.
Intriguing and mysterious music for a dungeon or cut scene. This is a sample from RPG Starter Pack #2, soon to be released for royalty free retail.