A collection of 3 tunes with a common theme, that being science-fiction. The styles vary slightly between each track, but they would all fit right into a science-fiction production, be it a game or TV or a film.
Interstellar Mission 3:01
An epic voyage through multiple galaxies, never knowing what comes next. Science fiction and action combined (with a bit of ambient too).
This track has a soft-ish first half, as if you were flying through space (or hyperspace) and admiring the stars / planets / galaxies that pass by. It’s generally meant to express the beauty of space and how huge it is.
At 1:15 however, our journey might come across an alien battle, and the music picks up greatly in intensity here. It’s still epic, but there is just a little bit more tension here, provided mainly be the percussion. There is a little ‘coda’ at the end which transitions us back to the beginning of the track, as this track loops infinitely.
There is a constant ‘pulse’ throughout this track (mainly in the bass), which means that it constantly has forward momentum, crucial for long-running presentations or website backgrounds that need a bit of spark / excitement while the user is browsing.
There is also a constant sense of mystery as there are a number of ‘foreign’ sounds in this track such as otherwordly ethereal vocals, and synth sounds that are not entirely conventional.
All in all, probably something for everyone here! Video game music, trailer music, film music product promo music, it should work across all mediums.
This track loops.
A track that pays homage to science fiction scores of the late 80’s early 90’s, where grand orchestral music was used to intensify the mystery and vastness of space.
This track makes use of the whole orchestra, and some additional more esoteric instruments besides. I wanted to blend old school and new school sounds together to see what I could come up with. There are always new and interesting sounds waiting to be discovered.
The piece does not have a great deal of movement as I wanted to recreate the feeling of being lost in somewhere huge. It has a fairly ambiguous ending which might make it useful as an introduction rather an an ‘outroduction’. However, it is a substantial length track that is constantly evolving and going somewhere new, which makes it a perfect fit for extended presentations or corporate videos (where the subject material matches the music obviously!)
Spy Stealth Loop 1:04