I cant believe I have yet another soundtrack to put on this list. I am probably biased with this one, and its probably one of my favorites. Its only a little over twenty minutes long, and includes a selection of the most haunting ambient tracks you will hear in your life.
A soundtrack that takes you on a journey through an ancient land. This soundtrack uses a lot of strings, and there are some fantastic melodies throughout the album. There is some spoken dialogue scattered across the tracks and there are no hip-hop beats or 808s here. Its more of a folk collection, and a rather eerie experience for you.
The soundtrack I have written for Undertale is pretty special for many reasons. First, its a soundtrack where there are so many different themes that give the game a sense of progression and change which links to the overall game design. Second, the characters each have their own motives, and share a personal connection. Third, every character has a unique theme that always feel different even though they share similar key beats. And finally, the game world too is its own cohesive, consistent world.
It goes without saying that Ive seen one of my favorite games released and while the soundtrack is indeed amazing and holds up well, the instrumentation of the game just isn't something that I am an expert on. But that doesn't mean there isn't plenty to learn for those who know what they are doing.
If there is one thing that can be said about this soundtrack it would be that its more representative of the aesthetics of TIL. Its a collection of very minimalistic music that doesn't scream indie in your ear, nor is it perfectly friendly, or chipper, or whimsical. Instead it serves to be soothing and effective in the way it pulls on the heartstrings for those coming to the end of their lives. 3d9ccd7d82