More music of the Multiverse has arrived: with a Vengeance!
Sentinels of the Multiverse: Soundtrack Volume 6 covers the Vengeance Mega-Expansion, plus a few extras:
- Villains of the Multiverse
- Freedom Tower
- Mobile Defense Platform
- Baron Blade
- Fright Train
- Chalk it up to Kismet (Trickster Variant)
- Mobile Defense Platform Explodes
- The Sentinels of the Multiverse (2nd Anniversary Mix)
- The Sentinels of the Multiverse (Pre-Alpha 2014 Piano Sketch) [BONUS]
This soundtrack also includes a bonus that requires some explanation. As you know if you’ve played Villain Team Mode (and lost), Jean-Marc came up with a truly amazing way to give every villain team their own unique theme song, despite the ridiculous number of possible teams (300 alone with just Vengeance). To understand how it works, check out the Vengeance Listening/Viewing party. While we would love to offer a soundtrack that included every possible combination, that would be quite an undertaking, especially once we add 10 more villains into the mix with the upcoming Villains of the Multiverse.
A purchase of Sentinels of the Multiverse: The Soundtrack Volume 6 - Vengeance from select stores includes all the component parts of the Vengeful 5’s theme songs. With these files, called “stems,” plus a little know-how provided by Jean-Marc, you will now be able to create any possible combination your twisted mind can come up with. And yes, the soundtrack for Villains of the Multiverse will include stems for those villains as well giving you the ability to create all 395,850 possible combinations if you have the will and some time on your hands.
The stores that include the stems are listed below. Sales of the soundtracks on iTunes, Google Play, and other stores not listed will not include the stems, because they do not support them.
If you backed the Season 2 Kickstarter campaign, see the latest update for details about how to get your copy.
But of course, you don’t have to be limited to what we give you! Want to lay a house beat under Baron Blade and Ermine? Or play along and record your own guitar track with Friction and Fright Train? Have at it denizens of the Multiverse, we believe in you! If you come up with something great, feel free to share it with us. When you do, use the hashtag #SentinelsMix and we’ll be sure to spread them around the Multiverse! Here’s Jean-Marc explaining the process for anyone not already versed in the magical mysticism of the audio editor: