The goal for this piece was to play with a new kind of Star Wars sound and research different ways of merging genres and styles. In place of traditional orchestral elements like strings, I used synthesizers designed to sound like strings. But I also wanted to ground it in a world where the "star wars" was a real thing, so using a singular real violin - which may represent how these wars have affected real individuals - was important to me. There's also a bit of an indie music feel in the way the chords play on the piano. Plus, adding in white noise risers to separate each section is a callback to electronic music - it gives us energy to keep pursuing that "end goal" in this world. This original composition has no official connection with Disney, LucasFilm Ltd. It has been published for research and demonstration purposes. Hello, I love this song. Do you mind if I use it in a video of mine?
Blast Points - Star Wars Podcast’s tracks
SW: NCBC’s tracks
Welcome to yet another Ambient Soundtrack Mix, this time with the wonderful music from the Star Wars films. From A New Hope all the way to The Rise of Skywalker, this mix includes all the calm and beautiful pieces I could find, along with some more spectacular ones. This mix might therefore not be as relaxing as other ones I've done. You have been warned! The Mandalorian. Would it be possible with some more mixes of this kind? Can't beleive it took me so long to discover this! And how much this music still moves me, thank you!!!
Star Wars Friends Podcast’s tracks
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