Raid All Night (Warcraft Theme)

We all probably spent too much time playing World of Warcraft, but for all it’s faults, WoW was a cultural behemoth. A shadow priest & affliction lock combo, Sons of Set were inspired to make the track when WoW Classic was launched. The track is heavily influenced by the 90’s Mortal Kombat movie theme, however despite how it may sound, all the sounds are original works. The only sampling used are sounds from Vanilla WoW, making sure that every class is represented. Can you tell what spell fx are used?

If you like WoW as much as Sons of Set do, grab yourself a copy of the tune and use it as you please! (Non commercially)

Introducing FlipSpark’s Music Production Studio Card Game

Ever been stuck making music? Maybe you even felt unmotivated, outright bored, or you’re curious about new techniques but don’t know where to start? Well, in this situation, we usually look up YouTube tutorial videos that we get end up getting lost in, close our DAW and open Steam, or in the worst of cases, spend too much $ on a stupid plugin we may never even end up using.

When hitting the creative wall, options to get you out of the hole are great. The more tools we have to dig out, the better. It helps when it’s fun and even better, when it’s something different. After all, it’s nice for the hands to get away from the keyboard, synth or drum machine, take a breath and clear our minds. Our mates at FlipSpark have come up with a unique idea to help solve these problems, and it comes in the form of a card game. Better yet, you can even play with friends. Check em’ out, it may just be that little something extra that you need in the studio.

Nihbru – Themselves

This tune was inspired by the voice of Neil deGrasse Tyson. After deciding on a sample of his voice, the track was built ground up. The snipped was chosen from reflective piece by Dr Tyson, where he passionately spoke about the greatest of people being themselves, and not versions of someone else. The deep passion and space theme that comes to mind as soon as picturing Dr Tyson naturally pushed for the track to fit in the electronica genre.