4Four: Quarter Soundtrack

by Matthew Steele

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For a long-winded description of where this came from, check out this blog post: www.zath.org/2014/04/02/4four-quarter-sountrack/ - To make a long story short, 4Four:Quarter was a sequel to a 42 Hours of VERGE game jam competition, by Zaratustra zarat.us/tra

4Four:Quarter had a lot of neat ideas, but was not quite finished. Some of the parts that were completed included a few tracks of music and some musical sound design elements.

4Four:Quarter's soundtrack was chiefly written in 2004-05, which was right before Matthew started working on the soundtrack for Dungeons of Dredmor. This time capsule of a soundtrack from a game that involved time manipulation and deadly world-spanning disaster was created using Impulse Tracker, a freeware MS-DOS audio program borne out of the demoscene.

You may also enjoy reverbproject.bandcamp.com which was another Impulse Tracker endeavor, along with Wyatt Peterson

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released April 4, 2014

Art and Game by Guilherme "Zaratustra" Töws

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zath Seattle, Washington

Zath (Matthew Steele) makes music and sound effects for video games. He is also making more content for bandcamp. Stay tuned...! Or follow him on Twitter so he can pester you. It's a free service, pestering.

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