Command & Conquer - Tiberian Sun Soundtrack


18 jui. 2006, 17h24m

Futuristic, Ambient and Dark, I really enjoy listening to the music from the videogame that the title applies to. Composed by Frank Klepacki and Jarrid Mendelson, the overall atmosphere matches the game's settings perfectly. Songs such as "Dusk Hour" (one of my favourites) "Valves" and the Setup Theme in the menu's and the installation are fantastic.

One simple question for those who happen to know the answer. Can someone tell me (or give me a link to a site that tells me) what kind of Synthesizers/Drum Sequencers/Samplers etc they used to make the music? Cheers.
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Command and Conquer


  • FRidh

    Ahh his music was great in those games! And even if you would just listen the soundtrack while not playing, it's still nice to hear. Also nice that you can listen on is site nearly all of the music he has made. But a very interesting question though. Unfortunately I don't know the answer....

    18 jui. 2006, 18h51m
  • Ankle0000

    I would recommend asking Frank Klepacki your question, just email him from his site. I think I'll replay through RA/TD/TS and expansions, all this news about C&C3 is giving me the urge to go through them for the 10^5th or so time.

    7 août 2006, 8h03m
  • zephranthes

    Well i took your advice and yeah, he told me all i needed to know. Thanks. Yeah CnC3 is gonna rule. Even if Frank K aint composing the music for it...

    10 août 2006, 19h15m
  • Bobjua

    well zeph, can you share the answers to your question. if you remember.

    28 août 2006, 23h15m
  • zephranthes

    Can do man. The full email i got back is as follows. Thanks man! I used a bunch of different stuff - Ensoniq ASR 10, Roland S760, Roland JV2080, Novation, and of course live guitar and bass here and there. Lots of different effects on the instruments too. Frank Klepacki

    31 août 2006, 17h54m
  • Bobjua

    awesome man, thanks.

    12 sept. 2006, 16h01m
  • Deaths_Head

    Hehe Im listenin to the soundtrack now :-D

    9 avr. 2007, 7h40m
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