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Author Topic: DVA's music Re-Imagined  (Read 4880 times)
Alex
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« on: June 13, 2012, 10:38:27 pm »


"Loving the new game by Amanita Design 'Botanicula', I took some of the sounds of the game and mashed them into, what is now, this track…" -Kunstpark Ost

link: http://soundcloud.com/kunstparkost/botanicula

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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2014, 10:31:23 pm »

https://archive.org/details/NikolaTyBota

Official Botanicula game soundtrack (which you can hear on http://dva2.bandcamp.com/album/botanicula ) consists of only 21 tracks. But if you own the game, besides enjoying the gameplay, you can also make your own (re)mix of the Botanicula soundtrack, as an additional and undocumented feature. It's quite easy, if you dig into the directories of the game, you find out, the soundtracks in fact consists of over 1700 short tracks - samples, bits of music, sound effects, and what's the greatest, even some separate vocal or instrumental tracks from your beloved DVA songs and stuff.Considering I really dig the soundtrack, I could not resist to make my own mix of this piece of music. I used nothing but the original samples from the game, and no additional effects (besides occassional pitch adjustment in order to make the samples sound together right).
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