Author Topic: Music for 'Sans Frontières' [Prospective Cyberpunk Game] (Updated)  (Read 893 times)

Hi All,

This is a rough (1 Hour) mix of of tracks I have been working on as a mood board to write a story to, and to serve as the soundtrack to the P&C game that is in my head (in its embryonic stages).

The working title for the novel, and associated game is 'Sans Frontières': https://soundcloud.com/binak-versailles/sets/sans-frontieres

                                                                                                       

Feel free to give any suggestions and feedback (the music in and of itself, but also for suitability as soundtrack music). It is quite a long collection, so feel free to skip ahead liberally.

If you are impressed at all and would like me to compose music for your project, I am more than happy to do so.
Cheers,
BV.
« Last Edit: 11 Dec 2019, 03:40 by Binak Versailles »

Just slightly updated this, made it three separate tracks.

Hi Binak Versailles!

I've listened to the first track (The Static Zone). I think it's pretty great! In my opinion, it would work greatly as a soundtrack for an adventure game (or even for a film!) -- it's very atmospheric, but not too distracting. I really liked it!

I'm no expert, but I didn't like the percussions in some of parts (e.g. at around 13.35). I think they're a bit too strong and kinda distracted from the atmosphere. But it's only a very small criticism, you did a fantastic job in my opinion.

I'll try to listen to the other tracks as well.

Hi Binak Versailles!

I've listened to the first track (The Static Zone). I think it's pretty great! In my opinion, it would work greatly as a soundtrack for an adventure game (or even for a film!) -- it's very atmospheric, but not too distracting. I really liked it!

I'm no expert, but I didn't like the percussions in some of parts (e.g. at around 13.35). I think they're a bit too strong and kinda distracted from the atmosphere. But it's only a very small criticism, you did a fantastic job in my opinion.

I'll try to listen to the other tracks as well.

Hi Lorenzo,

Thanks for taking the time to check my music out.

Your feedback is very encouraging. (I agree with you about the percussion - I will work on it!)

Much appreciated!

Cheers,
BV.