The Australian company Syrinscape specializes in creating atmospheric sound and music for tabletop RPG games. The company offers a free 30-day trial, along with two free sound packs you can keep even if you choose not to pay the monthly fee.
Today Syrinscape raised the curtain on a new series of Soundsets based on the Shadows of Esteren Roleplaying Game — and they went all the way with this one. Created with real instruments, the soundtrack was composed by Jure Peternel and performed by the Budapest Symphonic Orchestra
“The Shadows of Esteren creators take a beautifully immersive, transmedia approach to the roleplaying game experience that Syrinscape fits with perfectly and it’s our honor to add the game to the Syrinscape library,” says Benjamin Loomes, Syrinscape’s creative director. “We can’t wait for fans to try their favorite medieval horror game with the new dynamic soundscapes and effects.”
The makers of Shadows of Esteren believe in the product so much, they’ve based a Paris concert around it. On February 17, Shadows of Esteren will host an exclusive concert event in the City of Love featuring singer Clarisse May and the string quartet of the Scoring Orchestra performing tracks from the new Soundset.
The Shadows of Esteren Soundset is available now on Syrinscape for $5.99, though if you subscribe to the site as a service, the set may be downloadable for you with no entry fee.