April 24, 2021
The soundtrack for Minieval, a tiny medieval city builder. This soundtrack is a collaboration between myself (Aaron Friesen) and Jackson Herman.
The songs created by Aaron used LMMS with the MuseScore General SoundFont by S. Christian Collins, licensed under the MIT License.
The songs created by Jackson used LMMS with the Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra by Mattias Westlund, licensed under the Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 License. Specifically, they used the VST plugin by bigcat Instruments.
This album is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0).
1. Reed Countermelodies
The title track from Minieval, created by Aaron Friesen. It attempts to explore a few countermelodies with both woodwinds and pitched percussion, throwing in some strings for suitable levels of epicness.
2. Test Melody
The first of the in-game tracks, created by Jackson Herman. It features a solo piano with some rhythms that inspired the title track.
3. lmao i guess i write slow sadish stuff now
The second in-game track, written by Jackson. As the name might suggest, it features some slow, minor piano and string melodies.
The third in-game track, written by Jackson. It features the onomatopoetic xylophone.
5. i really gotta think of actual names for these things
The fourth in-game track, written by Jackson. This marks a pivotal moment in the development of the soundtrack, at which Jackson began to question his naming scheme.
6. Nice and Slow
The fifth in-game track, written by Jackson. The title speaks for itself.
7. When the City Builds (idk i never played the game)
The sixth and final in-game track, written by Jackson. It really makes you feel like you're building a city.