The upcoming turn-based RPG Sea of stars will start on August 29th. One of the most important aspects of Sea of stars is his music, which includes guest tracks from Chrono triggerThis is Yasunori Mitsuda. Developer Sabotage Studio decided today to highlight more tracks from the title on social media, while also announcing a new microsite that gives a glimpse into the game’s music production.
Take a look at what’s inside Sea of starsBelow is the music with a clip of artist Reece Miller playing various instruments:
☀️ Bardcore music by Reece Miller🌙
Visit our new microsite and take a behind-the-scenes look at the music production for Sea of Stars! pic.twitter.com/Tudx20n5gr
— Sea of Stars (@seaofstarsgame) August 24, 2023
This is a multi-talented musician!
Fans of music production should take a look Sea of stars‘s Audio website. There are a variety of tracks to listen to including Jungle Path, Coral Cascades and more. I particularly like that each track has a day and night variant. The composers perfectly capture the essence of the change of day in musical form. One of the compositions, “Mountain Trail”, even has a pirate version! There’s a sample to hear for every instrument used by the game’s pirates, including accordions, bohdrans, and tin whistles. Listen to Reece’s full performance of the Pirate “Mountain Trail” below:
Sea of starsAgain, the emphasis is on tone, emphasizing things like combat, footsteps, and cooking. It just goes to show how important little things like atmosphere are in nailing the mood of a game. The original soundtrack for Sea of stars will soon be available for purchase on Steam or streaming on Spotify and I can’t wait to listen to it in full.