New Release: into worlds strange by audiosalvage

I’m a big fan of the E-mu Proteus line of ROMplers. They are not hugely versatile, but their sounds were all over 90s and early 2000s sci-fi television and games. Probably my favorite of those was Kenji Yamamoto and Kouichi Kyuma’s moody atmospheric score for Metroid Prime. Since the 20th anniversary of Prime’s release was last Friday, November 18th, I decided to play around with some of the patches used in the game and explore that sonic world with my guitar rather than a GameCube. I owe a huge thanks to SynaMax for his excellent research into the synths and patches used in the Prime series. It let me quickly dive into Yamamoto’s tools so I could see what I could make with them.

Since this one is a bit of a departure from my normal genre, I’ve released it under my audiosalvage production moniker instead of my own name.

Please enjoy this bit of a throwback to the futuristic sounds of the 1990s, and thanks for listening.