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Forest of the Fae - from the RPG & TableTop Audio Experts
by Chris H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 10/07/2013 22:33:50

Imagine a beautiful, perhaps slightly mysterious forest. Birds chirp in the trees, the wind blows softly, and a brook babbles nearby. Add some musical accents and you’ve got “Forest of the Fae.” This track is very peaceful, even beautiful, and loops perfectly. I left it running for well over an hour earlier today and never got tired of it. The only “downside” to this piece is that RPG sessions don’t usually feature extended scenes in lovely, peaceful locales …



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Love this review! Especially the last part, which is why this is one of the only "peaceful" ambient tracks in the collection.
Lost in the Dunes - from the RPG & TableTop Audio Experts
by Chris H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 09/28/2013 18:39:29

“Lost in the Dunes” definitely achieves its goal of providing a soundtrack for a journey through a windswept sandy desert wasteland—think the Sahara, not Arizona. Vague moans might lead your players to believe the desert is haunted, but otherwise the soundscape suggests a “desert of desolation.” Note that you can save a dollar by purchasing “Lost in the Dunes” together with three other tracks in the Adventurer’s Soundtrack 1 bundle (http://bit.ly/19ebUHs).



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Egyptian Tomb (encounter) - from the RPG & TableTop Audio Experts
by Chris H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 09/28/2013 18:34:49

“Ruins of the Pharaoh” ups the ante on its companion piece “Temple of Dread” with more distinct and forceful sound effects. Vague moans and sighs, hissing and slithering snakes, fluttering bats, and perhaps even the sound of dripping water populate this track. It could be really effective to use “Temple of Dread” when the PCs arrive at a lost temple in the desert and explore the outer reaches or upper floors, switching to “Ruins of the Pharaoh” as they get to the inner chambers but haven’t yet awakened the mummy. A few of the sound effects in “Ruins of the Pharaoh” seem to me too loud for the background, though, and could disrupt gameplay a bit. The publisher has populated the ID3 tags well, even embedding the cover art in the MP3. Note that you can save a dollar by purchasing “Ruins of the Pharaoh” together with three other tracks in the Adventurer’s Soundtrack 1 bundle (http://bit.ly/19ebUHs).



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[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Temple of Dread- from the RPG & TableTop Audio Experts
by Chris H. [Featured Reviewer] Date Added: 09/28/2013 18:29:17

“Temple of Dread” does a great job of evoking a spooky, mysterious, vaguely threatening atmosphere. As the name and catalog description suggest, it would be perfect as the backdrop for exploration of an ancient temple in the desert. One minor glitch: the catalog description calls this “track 2 from the Adventurer’s Soundtrack,“ but it’s actually track 1 according to the illustration and the ID3 tags. Speaking of ID3 tags, Ambient Environments has done a good job of populating them fully, and has embedded the cover artwork in the MP3. Note that you can save a dollar by purchasing “Temple of Dread” together with three other tracks in the Adventurer’s Soundtrack 1 bundle (http://bit.ly/19ebUHs).



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Thanks for the review! Also, thanks for catching that glitch. It has been fixed. Let us know what you think of the other tracks. Your reviews are very helpful to us. ~AE
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