The original soundtrack for the upcoming indie release, Out There: Ω Edition, has just released via Bandcamp for those wanting to get a leg-up on the music for the game prior to its release.
Composed by Siddhartha Barnhoorn (The Stanley Parable, Antichamber) to compliment the rogue-like resource-management game, the soundtrack features ambient tones that will change depending on the heavily bodies you encounter within the game. The original, vanilla version of the game was releases in March of 2014, and the new Ω Edition will feature reworked versions of the music from the classic game by Barnhoorn.
Sid was inspired by the sound waves emitted from the stars to create different atmospheres you’ll encounter wether you’re next to a supernova, a blue giant or a black hole. For the garden planets (the ones where you’ll find alien life forms), Sid invited vocalist Lara Ausensi. She used her ethereal voice to bring life in three exclusive tracks.
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Out There: Ω Edition is currently in beta and Greenlit by Steam for release. The soundtrack is available on Bandcamp for $5 for the 23-track album, or you can pre-order the game on their website with the soundtrack for $14.99 and have the music available shortly thereafter on your Humble account. The soundtrack will also be available on iTunes on March 30th.
Out There: Ω Edition OST – Bandcamp
Out There: Ω Edition – Website | Steam