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Hunting down the most epic orchestral tracks. Dear lord what talents I found.

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Good evening moddb community.

Decided to include fmod ( thanks for making it easy £cho ) to Dogfight to make the music controlling easier. Started my great search of the orchestral tracks for ingame music and managed to find some marvelous contributors. Wanted to add soundtracks with different themes but fitting the theme of aerial combat.

First track is Over the hill by Riku Tuominen aka Galantine. He has experience from many years in one man composing for different projects, movies and games. This track has just awesome atmosphere and you certainly can imagine yourself flying above beautiful landscape.

More tracks from Galantine can be found at

Next track is by Tapsa Kuusniemi. He has experience with motion pictures and composing inspired by different film tracks. The track is The Final flight of the luftwaffe. Why I love this song is cause it's long and has a lot of different emotions in it. The theme varies during the song from calm to tense and is just perfect for the game like this.

Check out Tapsa's website for more tracks here

Our next composer is Henri Vartio. Extremely talented musician with extremely awesome production. Two of his songs are in the game atm and I love them both.

First one is called Running Fire. This song is so epic, so heroic and god, it fits the game so perfect.

Second song by Henri is "Warmachine". Atmosphere in this song is simply amazing. I like it because of the variation from darker, tense theme to the melodic and heroic feel.

More tracks by Henri Vartio at

That's all for now, make sure to checkout those sites because these guys are just awesome composers.


ComposerGuy - - 118 comments

£cho knows whats best

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kuadziw - - 302 comments

One word: epic!

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ThaWall - - 98 comments

This is some good ****!

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