1000 Tiny Claws
A multilayered undertaking - the music I wrote for this game always had to suggest energy and pirates, but also had to reflect the individual regional nature of each level, as well as the passage of time from day, through dusk and night, and into dawn - and as a finishing touch, we decided it needed some touches of retro 8-bit charm as well! Content in this section is © Mediatonic ltd. and is used here with their kind permission.
Rana engages in some evening bug-smashing to the tune of this rollocking pirate jig!
"1000 Tiny Claws Bossfight!"
A high-adrenaline slice of pirate rock 'n roll is the perfect aural accompaniment to Rana's showdown with a big, ugly boss insect!
Jungle Karts is a fun family racing game for the Wii console, featuring several different tracks with cute animal characters. Each piece produced had to reflect and evoke the environment of that particular character's race track, while remaining energetic and fun. Content in this section is © Brain In A Jar ltd. and is used here with their kind permission.
Swirling sands and the baking sun make a perfect challenge for our intrepid Karters as they burn around this desert racetrack!
It turns out that tearing through the darkest jungle on a go-kart makes for a funky bassline!
Who's That Flying?!
The central idea of this soundtrack was to create regionalised versions of a central superhero theme that would reflect the particular location where the Guardian of Earth was busy annihilating Doom Beasts. Content in this section is © Mediatonic ltd. and is used here with their kind permission.
"Who's That Flying in: Space?"
The Guardian of Earth takes the fight into orbit, complete with a wailing guitar solo.
Something huge and slimy this way comes...
Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess
Below are some examples of the music I composed for Mediatonic for this PSP title. You can download the whole "Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess" soundtrack from the official Sony Playstation Europe Blog! Content in this section is © Mediatonic ltd. and is used here with their kind permission.
A rework of Beethoven's famous "Moonlight Sonata", The Duke style.
The Duke cackles maniacally while Beethoven turns in his grave...
Original BGM composition
This piece was inspired by HiRez's futuristic Shooter/MMO, Global Agenda. The piece is intended to convey the fast-paced futuristic combat atmosphere of the game.
World of Warcraft audio rebuild project #2: work in progress
I wanted to create an atmospheric, progressive musical world for my second rebuild project, one which could tell a story with the progression of the musical pieces rather than simply providing background music for the action. The video itself is still in production but some of the music is avilable below:
This music is intended for the section where the hero is faced with the bloody journey through the evil-infested bowels of a looming, shadowy mountain fortress.
World of Warcraft audio rebuild project #1: Stratholme
This is the main background music from my first audio rebuild project.
All material on this page is original work and © A. Bertoni/drewcifer.com except where noted otherwise.