I wrote this today as a (late) listening assignment for my Audio Production 1 class. I know I'm not one to blog on here too often but I thought it suitable to provide some words of insight into what I think is a superb video game sound track. Enjoy.
The chunk of album I chose to listen to might appear to be unconventional at a first glance, but I hold it to be one of the most important within its type. Daniel Rosenfeld�s (AKA C418) Minecraft- Volume Alpha
consists of a vast majority of the music found within the indie video game smash hit, (you guessed it)
Minecraft. It�s a recent purchase of mine that I knew I wouldn�t regret even if I didn�t listen to the tracks all that much. Having the 24 pieces from such an inspirational game for only $4 was something I simply couldn�t pass up.
Here's the link for the download if anyone's interested in purchasing it >>> http://c418.bandcamp.com/album/minecraft-volume-alpha
Even if you don't (legally) buy it though, I hope that everyone's able to listen and ultimately enjoy this album. I feel that a majority of video game music is severely underrated and it's stuff like this that I hope will soon make people realize its true worth.