You want adventure? You want a princess? You’re not getting the princess, buddy… but Adventure Awaits in “Overworld”! How much adventure? A statistically significant amount. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 18ppm… (or roughly 18 milligrams per liter… the density of adventure is unusually high, and in some cases even at 18ppm you will get a weight closer to 19mg/L.) Download comes with a faster version, a SUPER faster version, and a slower version without percussion for lazy title screens and whatnot. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Your girlfriend has be kidnapped by ninja! Stage 1: Desert. Avoid the flaming balls and shoot cyborg ninja in the eye to win round. Retro-gaming circa 1988. I was seriously considering naming this piece “Flaming Balls” as that would also have been appropriate. Cyborg ninjas are just a little more ‘1988’ to me. Need 10 hours of this? Loop it! You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Could be the thinking music for a quiz show about the paranormal? “Where does the Sasquatch typically vacation… is it A, The High Mountains… B, Unexplored Cave Systems… C, Graceland… or D, In another dimension – similar to, but not strongly coupled with our own reality. Take your time and answer whenever you’re ready…. A, B, C, or D… Would you like to consult the Tarot or do an entrail reading?” I love the flute bits in this piece. You can download this in uncompressed format here. Download comes with individual tracks so you can make your own mixes.
Okay, it is a 12 bar blues, but you got to stick around at least until the horns! I couldn’t start with the horns as that would be a frightening level of happy. The uncompressed download also comes with a perfectly loopable track for those who don’t want the party to end.
You can download the full uncompressed version of this piece here.
This etherial piece from Brett Van Donsel is a counterpart to another piece, “In the Year 2000″, another arpeggiated electronic piece that explores the the sound of industry and technology, while this one is more in tune with the spiritual. Brett’s SoundCloud page is https://soundcloud.com/brett-van-donsel