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Perfection. Original Soundtrack (OCRO-0006)

Perfection. by Dumb and Fat Games, compatible with Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, Mobile & Windows

Omni-Psyence (Cory Richards) - Composition, arrangement, mixing

TeraCMusic (Tera Catallo) - Track 7 violin and vocals

Banov (Greg Lobanov) - Game creator, artwork

Contact: admin@omnipsyence.com

• Soundtrack: http://ocremix.org/album/45/perfection-original-soundtrack

• Homepage: http://perfectiongame.net

• WATCH the trailer: http://youtu.be/Bs_NcyqVDbw

Perfection. A minimalist, zen puzzler about cutting shapes.

Tracklist:

01 Fall In (2:32)

02 Closer (2:20)

03 Mandala (2:34)

04 The Looking Glass (2:36)

05 Drifter (2:46) - Bonus Track

06 Dat Funk (4:48) - Bonus Track

07 Free Fall (4:24)

• Featuring TeraCMusic (Tera Catallo)

• Arrangement by Omni-Psyence of track 1, "Fall In"

Composer's comments:

The
Perfection.
soundtrack is a collection of pure tone, meditative ambient-synth soundscapes with an evocative, slightly Eastern melodic patchwork. This was composed to support the minimalist and zen-like aspect of the game; this is all about relaxation and taking your mind away from everything else. The two additional bonus tracks seek to explore the emotional qualities of the soundtrack but in differing arrangements that are of higher intensity to be suitable for the game.

I want to thank Greg Lobanov for allowing me the opportunity to write music for his excellent creation, and OC ReMix for supporting video game music as strongly as it does. Long live VGM!

7. "Free Fall"

Omni-Psyence: This remix is something I wanted to do ever since I first started on the soundtrack for Perfection. I'm already a huge fan of chillout/psybient music with acoustic instrumentation, and I've been listening to a lot of that lately, so it was just natural for me to take this approach. Tera's violin and vocal additions to this track definitely imbue a strong and soulful spirit to this work.

Cory Richards

TeraCMusic: The melody for this mix was inspired by the works of Lindsey Stirling, but was made with a unique twist. The vocals near the end help create a fuller, richer sound, while the harmonies blend together to establish an unforgettable theme.

Tera Catallo

Omni-Psyence

• Homepage: http://meteoxavier.com

• Homepage: http://omnipsyence.com

• OC ReMix: http://ocremix.org/artist/11797/omni-psyence

• Bandcamp: http://omnipsyence.bandcamp.com

• Facebook: http://facebook.com/omnipsyence

• SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/omni-psyence

• Twitter: http://twitter.com/omnipsyence

• YouTube: http://youtube.com/omnipsyence

Dumb and Fat Games (Greg "Banov" Lobanov)

• Homepage: http://dumbandfat.com

• Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/Banov/91620497321

• Twitter: http://twitter.com/thebanov

• YouTube: http://youtube.com/banovg

Perfection.

• Homepage: http://perfectiongame.net

• Homepage: http://dumbandfat.com/work/perfection

• Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dumbandfat.perfection

• iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/app/perfection/id612358730

• WATCH the trailer:

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I've been maxin' and relaxin' to Cory's work here for a while (and Tera's guest performance), so I'm glad we've finally put this out, and also have it coinciding with Perfection. being featured by IndieCade at E3! :nicework:

Definitely get the game if you haven't already. I've been watching Banov's Twitter feed, and he's continuing to add to and improve it, all while planning his next stuff. One to watch. :-)

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Lovely melodies! :) Everything feels calm and pleasant. The sounds are smooth, nothing harsh... contemplative.

Free Fall and Dat Funk have stronger drives to them, but they're still relaxed. Fall In, Closer, Mandala, and Looking Glass share an uncanny quality with Ecco's soundtracks. Even Dat Funk could be an alternative to the normal Broken Machine level music.

Reminds me also of Dan Froelich's Jill of the Jungle soundtrack! ^_^

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