Composing Utopia with Barry Leitch – PA16


pixelated audio episode 16 utopia barry leitch

The gaming world has been enjoying Civilization-style simulation video games for a very long time and the style has an extended historical past of deep/enriching video games that maintain the participant hooked for numerous hours. Sadly, Utopia: The Creation of a Nation fell in need of our simulation-theme nostalgia however completely hooked us with its unbelievable soundtrack.

Within the early 90’s Gremlin Software program launched Utopia on an array of techniques – DOS, Amiga, Atari ST and SNES. Along with all variations wanting and enjoying equally, additionally they share the identical composer. Barry Leitch acquired his begin method again on the C64 and has been doing superb soundtracks for over 30 years throughout greater than 240 video games. Be a part of us as we pay attention to those utopian melodies and have a fast chat with the composer himself.

Observe Record:

0:00:00 In Recreation Music (Atari ST)
0:04:39 In Recreation 2 (Amiga)
0:15:52 In Recreation 4 (SNES)
0:35:54 In Recreation 3 (Ami)
0:51:25 In Recreation 1 (DOS Roland MT-32)
1:08:38 Utopia (TGH BIG MIX) Remix by Barry Leitch

Utopia: The Creation of a Nation Composed by Barry Leitch | VGMpf Profile | Wikipedia | VGMdb | SoundCloud

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Class: Episodes Tags: Amiga, Atari ST, Barry Leitch, DOS, Interviews, Roland MT-32, Tremendous Nintendo


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