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lea2501 June 26, 2020 01:32

Good ambient tracks/sound/music for playing?
 
I wanted to ask to those who listen to ambient music while playing, what is a good track or tracks or albums that gave that feeling to being in dungeons, with subtle background noises, and some disturbing sound here and there from time to time, i want something "realistic" so no instruments preferably, but dont know what to look for really.

tangar June 26, 2020 07:58

You are welcome to check my music pack ;)

https://tangar.info/en/t/musicpack

It's got the best 'oldies but goldies' (Diablo, HoMM, UO, M&M), ideally suited for Angband.

Considering ambient sounds - I'll be glad to add them if there will be possibility to assign them properly in the game... I dream that devs one day will implement music system... So it will be possible to assign flags for music in town/dungeons.. There are GREAT music system in TomeNET, so maybe V devs just could port it...

Zorbus June 27, 2020 21:00

You could try web pages that have ambient music and sound effects for tabletop RPGs, playable straight from the browser. Also check Spotify for ambient playlists. There's even an ambient genre called "dungeon synth".

https://tabletopaudio.com
https://rpg.ambient-mixer.com
https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-...-ambient-music

lea2501 June 28, 2020 02:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zorbus (Post 146561)
You could try web pages that have ambient music and sound effects for tabletop RPGs, playable straight from the browser. Also check Spotify for ambient playlists. There's even an ambient genre called "dungeon synth".

https://tabletopaudio.com
https://rpg.ambient-mixer.com
https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-...-ambient-music

Wow! that's definitely what i was looking for! thank you so much!

I liked Diablo music but i think that belongs to that game, for roguelikes i prefer something ambient like those

Pete Mack June 28, 2020 04:37

There are always the classics.
Witches' sabbath, Symphonie Fantastique
https://youtu.be/IsGho4eM3Q4 wolf theme, Peter and the Wolf
Night on Bald Mountain Disney really knew what he was doing on this.
https://youtu.be/cXOanvv4plU. Mars, "The Planets" by Holst (Saturn works too)
Etc.
Definitely classical music from mid-to late 19th, and 20th centuries tho. That is when dissonance caught on.

mrfy June 29, 2020 02:15

I'm a fan of ambient, Michael Brook, Brian Eno, etc. while dungeoning.

The Game of Thrones soundtracks work well too.


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