I'm Rémi Gazel, I composed most of the Rayman 1 music.
I wish to inform you of a new project, Rayman 1 Musics by Rémi Gazel. I hope I'm Not Trespassing laws of this forum by posting this info, otherwise I apologize.
This project was a result of many great positive messages I receive for years on the music of the game
The idea : replay Rayman 1 musics with real musicians :)
The dedicated website is here: http://rayman1musics.gazel.net/
Feel free to share the info :)
Good day to all,
"Video game music is not a genre. There is no pattern between the games' soundtracks." Of course not! There's hundreds, perhaps even thousands of composers from all over the world making different kind of games. That's a given. Not like one dude is going to do soundtracks for most of it.
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Why "movie music" isn't nearly as much used too (if it even is used)? It's a much more patterned type of music. I listen to both to know there's way more "orchestrated/classical" movie soundtracks than there are "8-bit/chiptune" video game soundtracks.
@Neroese: You ask many questions, stranger...
But seriously... this is one interesting question and I'm wondering about the same. I didn't know that Far East rules in computer games in years 2010–2019.
Atari Blitzkrieg releases his latest project, the SNES soundtrack inspired 'Super.' Each track utilizes a sample from various SNES games. http://atariblitzkrieg.bandcamp.com/album/super - More info on my Last.fm page or check us at www.godsendant.com
hi, thought maybe you'd like to check out Serundal, contemporary Celtic male/female singer songwriters from the uk. Nine albums released to date and two ep's (most here on last.fm) all original material- lyrics and arrangements songs based on Celtic and medieval English legend; for the future especially focusing on film, and video games in this genre. Find out more on www.myspace.com/serundalmusic. Four tracks voted 2010 semi-finalists in the UK Songwriting Contest. All music available from www.cdbaby.com and appleItunes worldwide and amazon uk/.com. http://www.last.fm/music/Serundal