Music composed by: Angel Requires: VMX Player 2.01+ & VoiceAttack v1.7+
Released: Jan 19th 2018
The main pack of the Space Sim series. The only music system fit for the future receives the all new Trade & Mission Pack, the ideal companion for your favourite Space Sim. The Trade & Mission Pack provides context sensitivity and a whopping 39 tracks x 6 variants* (do the math!) of music of the absolute highest quality. Join the dangerously elite community of music lovers with this pack. We have been working a LONG time on this pack meticulously making sure it sounds fantastic.
The Trade & Mission Music Pack also makes use of VMX Player’s new GLIDE engine for variable, organic event transitions. Slower paced events will blend slower and smoother vs faster paced events such as combat will transition quicker. Also, due to the organic nature of VMX Player 2’s context system and the depth of music in the Trade & Mission Pack you will find variations based on your actions, location, combat etc.
Covers docking/undocking, economy based tracks, a new main menu theme, system/galaxy map music, exploration tracks, combat, alien encounter tracks, planetary landing and supercruise suites.
You can even choose to let VMX include mix variants (mixes with removed vocals, replace lead instrument etc) in context mode soundtrack, thus expanding soundtrack variation further, VMX can change variants automatically for you. Of course it wouldn’t be VMX if you couldn’t request variant changes whilst in context mode, so you can do that too.
Music is such an essential part of many experiences in life and that is very much true for games, so let the Trade & Mission Pack be the musical score of your adventures in the black!
You can of course choose to use this Music Pack as an album with any game or productivity task you choose.
Pack size: 1.12Gb, approx 210 tracks (including variants)
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