No More Room in Hell the long awaited Source zombie modification.

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Afnopo Jul 27 2009, 3:46am says:

Reminds me of a Saturday morning kids horror show intro.

It does.

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Ekonk Jul 27 2009, 5:34am says:

I'm not sure if this makes me happy. It's music for sure, there's a melody and all, but... I think that with zombies the music should consist mostly of unnerving, unpleasant sounds that don't have any order.

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Shimmey Jul 27 2009, 5:40am says:

The intro sounds like the original Dawn of the Dead music :P

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Mrksmt9 Jul 27 2009, 8:01am says:

sounded good

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darkapples Jul 27 2009, 10:40am says:

That is pretty amazing. May I ask what program (if any) was used to create this? If it's a secret, don't worry about it, haha.

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[nmrihdev]-Maxx Jul 27 2009, 7:31pm replied:

I will ask Beckett for you what applications he uses. He is an industry professional composer.

The intent here is to create an alternative, optional soundtrack that is reminiscent of the classic Romero zombie flicks.

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Gabbo Jul 27 2009, 8:24pm replied:

And in that it succeeds completely.

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Cannabis- Jul 29 2009, 2:24pm replied:

Reminds me of the Zombie Flesh Eaters (aka Zombi 2) theme.

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beckett007 Jul 28 2009, 4:48pm replied:

I didn't use anything too spectacular for these old school cues.... to keep things as authentic to the Goblin / George Romero sound of the 70s I utulized a CS-80 synthesizer (the same synth used in the Dawn score and made famous by Vangelis in Bladerunner) as well as a small rhythm section, a bass guitar, and fender electric guitar. For the more modern cues that have been posted, these are the sample libraries I've been utilizing: Project SAM Brass, Project SAM Symphobia, Stormdrum 2, and Evolve.

Those of you that are concerned about this old school sound shouldn't be. It's optional for one... and secondly it's totally a dead ringer for the music heard in the Romero dead films.

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Music by Rich 'Beckett' Douglas

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Jul 27th, 2009
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