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Desert planet

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Sand... oh soooo much sand. It gets everywhere! It jams the joints of your plasteel armor. It clogs up your bio-hazard air filters. It fills your boots and rubs on your skin. Maybe if it wasn't so hot on this gods damned planet the sand wouldn't be so bad... or maybe if the wind would stop blowing for just a moment.. oh... never mind. What is it we're supposed to be finding anyway? 'Cause I hope it's a nice beast proof pod. I'm beginning to get the feeling we're being followed!

This SoundSet will appear by default in the Syrinscape Sci-Fi Player app, but you can make it appear in any of the apps by using the Campaign Manager.



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SoundSet Specifics

Moods

Mild Winds
In the Heat of It
Caught in a Storm
Beasts in the Wake
A Steady Trek
Panic

Elements

Music for a Deserted Place
Winds that Blister
Winds of the Sands
Winds from the Night
Winds Below 20
Winds with a Gust
Winds with a Howl
Winds of Strength
Winds with a Whistle
Distress Signal
Lifeform Detect
Systems Failure
Radar
Strange Transmission
Warning Alarm
Beast Roar
Panic
Steady Breathing
Footsteps in the Sand
Fast Steps in Sand
Distant Beast

Credits

Desert Planet

The music and sound effects in this SoundSet were imagined, composed, compiled, designed, created, processed and mixed by Gil Luna for syrinscape.com

Icons made by:
Lorc, (http://lorcblog.blogspot.com)
Delapouite, (http://delapouite.com)
John Colburn, (http://ninmunanmu.com)
Felbrigg, (http://blackdogofdoom.blogspot.co.uk)
Available on http://game-icons.net

 

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