Soundtrack Loops presents Relentless Force. Indy film score composer John Hobart (Scorpio Music Productions) and the Soundtrack Loops team (Jason Donnelly and Matthew Yost) have collaborated here to produce Relentless Force, an even split combining a fully developed orchestral theme with a group of retro sci-fi sound design elements. The Hobart contribution starts with a set of simple acoustic piano parts framed in a deeply textured, wide-open ambient space. In this pastoral setting, a mild tension is induced by a brilliant set of cello loops featuring sustained, quarter note, and triplet-heavy figures, several with strident dynamic emphasis on the pulse. A timpani section offers hits that mirror nearly every note contained in the theme. Solo and ensemble brass, and a group of dark string pads round out the first half of this package, a well-developed theme divided into a logical set of useful pieces. In the sound design department, there are enough bubbly and chirpy machine dialog sounds to give intelligent speech capabilities to a small army of busy robots. All in all, the 80 loops contained in this sonic dualism provide a great blend of resources that you’ll be able to flex over many productive sessions. Collaborations like this are a Soundtrack Loops hallmark, bringing outside talent and in-house resources together to create tight presentations of sonic assets with real scope and utility
Composed by John Hobart. Sound design by Matthew Yost and Jason Donnelly. 24 bit 44.1kHz stereo files.
Demo 1: May the Fourth – Relentless Force
“May the Fourth – Relentless Force” works in all DAWS and is 100% royalty free.
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