Circle of Souls Soundtrack
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01 -- The Circle of Souls
I didn't write this track, it's a stock music piece that I bought early on when I was writing the first book of the Circle of Souls. I just felt that it perfectly fitted the mood for the overall series arc that I'm hoping to portray. I wanted it to have an epic orchestral feel that rose to a great crescendo. I am really pleased how well this piece works.
Duration: 2min 47s
02 -- March of Armies
I wrote this piece with an image of a scene that appears in one of the later books, yet to be written. It is of a great battle plain, and a small band of soldiers wait nervously in the mist as they hear the sounds of a vast and unnatural army march inevitably towards them. The cries of fell beasts echo out of the gloom and the soldiers know they have little chance of victory.
Duration: 3min 27s
03 -- The Queen's Fleet
I wrote this track for the scene in the Ruby House where the children get their first glimpse of the Queen's fleet of airships. The great flying machines are flying up over the capital on their way to war in the north. Although the vessels are awe-inspiring in their design, we also get a first glimpse that all is not well in the kingdom of Heldrassë.
Duration: 2min 25s
The Circle of Souls soundtrack.
This is a collection of music tracks that accompany the audiobooks.
Unlike the abstract soundscapes of the Heavenfield audiobooks, I wanted something more orchestral for this set of stories.
It first started when I came across some stock music tracks that perfectly fitted the mood and feel that I wanted to portray.
When I bought them, I found that they came with stem tracks - the mixes split into individual or groups parts, such as all the strings or percussion. This proved to be immensely useful for adding elements of the tracks in behind the narration in order to get a consistent feel throughout.
This way, different characters or scenes build up their own identities, such as with Maia's theme or the airships. This way, the music reinforces the stories.
It has been great fun writing the music, and I've found some great orchestral samples that are available for free. The BBC Symphony Orchestra plugin is brilliant, available from Spitfire Audio. They also do loads of other free samples. The Free Orchestra, by Kontakt is also a great resource.
We are still in the process of renovating our house for the next few years, but the plan for the future is to convert our garden cabin into my office/studio. My dream is to be able to set up all my instruments for recording there so that I can really expand the scope of the music I can make.