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Arenamontanus wrote: Philip Glass is another good background source, "The Fog of War" and "A Descent into the Maelstrom" might be useful for EP.
Radioactive Ape Designs: ENnie and Indie Award nominated publisher of Atomic Highway!http://radioactiveapedesigns.com
I am wondering however, how do you use music. Do you select one song for a scene and put it on repeat? I personally arrange one playlist for a session that does have fitting music that flows nicely as I don't usually find the time in-session to manually switch songs while running the game.
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Rcarter wrote: Memmaker - How to Enlist in a Robot uprising - is awesome industrial/electronic music. Section 3 of the adventure in the quick start rules is titled after song #6 on the album "Get your Ass to Mars." I'd say thats a pretty strong endorsement.
Tyrnis wrote: Whereas I'd always pictured the octopus uplift band to be called Infinite Eight.
Decivre wrote: Tyrnis wrote: Whereas I'd always pictured the octopus uplift band to be called Infinite Eight.
Nice! Their logo could be an overlapping 8 and infinity symbol that looks like some sort of flower. It might even be made up from tentacles originating at the center.
This idea: stolen!
Extrasolar Angel wrote: I highly recommend Richard deHove. It is a rather obscure artist, but I find his tracks fit well the atmosphere of space exploration, the vastness of space with its celestial objects and occasional creepiness of TITAN's and exotic xeno lifeforms.
Youtube has a mix of his tracks