All of the 11 bit studios soundtracks are free today - destructoid

All of the 11 bit studios soundtracks are free today

11:30 AM on 01.31.2014

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Take them all


If you're like me and love to listen to game music, you'll be pleased to hear that 11 bit studios has released the soundtracks from all of its games for free. All of them, from the Anomaly franchise to Sleepwalker's Journey, composed by the talented Piotr Musial (Bulletstorm, The Witcher), are free for the taking today.

What are you doing? Go!




Here's a word from Piotr:
"What I really like about working with 11 bit studios is that they keep feeding me with different musical challenges. The Anomaly series soundtracks, with which we began our collaboration, are orchestral-synth hybrids, full of dynamic moments, wicked electronic sounds, ethnic instruments and big drums. Sleepwalker's Journey required a completely different kind of music, so a soothing lullaby album with piano, celesta and bells was the fruit of my labor. And of course, if I had to pick the game that I had the most fun scoring, that would be Funky Smugglers. The fact that it resulted in an album with vocals and stuff was a surprise to me, too. I used to be kind of a sworn enemy of vocal music until that moment.

I wish I could say that we are working on an absolutely exciting game now, and that it will again be musically different from their previous games, and that there is a lot for you to be excited about... but you know - professional confidentiality."

 

 


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