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This album narrates the path of a protagonist through a heavily vegetated fantasy world. Through these songs, they encounter bustling communities made up by the denizens of a global forest. Friends that help guide them along their way, curious characters that greet them with a wink, and more subtly manipulative folks that steer the protagonist towards some less-than-desirable paths.

Ultimately the protagonist discovers the world itself is their foil and there's as much to learn about it as about themselves. While they scale precarious treetops, plumb the depths of ancient moss-covered stone tunnels, and soldier through the frequent rains, they grow to forget the path they started on.

Who will they become?
released September 5, 2017

This album is heavily inspired by Mort Garson's 'Mother Earth's Plantasia', Hiroshi Yoshimura's 'Green', Leon's 'Bird World', and many more big things in smaller ways. Background audio used in this album is a mix of personal field recordings and tracks in the creative commons from the amazing

Thanks to Dominique, Ignacio, Petra, Sam, Chase, Kevin, Samantha, Cynthia, Aaron, and all the frogs and caterpillars for having generous ears along the way.

Super thankful to everyone who has purchased, shared, or left me a note about my work. Thank you.

~Josie / Visager

Songs from an Unmade Forest World is part of a series of open-source works seeking to make music for non-existent video games, while also making resources for newer devs to use in their projects. Loopable versions of the tracks from Songs from an Unmade Forest World (without the diegetic sounds) are available on the Free Music Archive's website.

The full tracks found here are not in the Creative Commons but may be licensed for standalone projects by contacting Visager directly.

You can find the first two Songs albums here and here:
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