Star Army OST: Volume 1 is Star Army's first music album. It consists of 12 electronic music tracks that Wes created in Magix Music Maker using sound loops. The tracks are in various genres such as vaporwave, synthwave, and electric house. It was created in 2018.
Wes initially purchased the loops used in this project for personal use but has started licensing them commercially, which opens up the possibility of actually selling the songs on sites like Bandcamp, which could help more people discover the Star Army RP.
|3||Nataria Factory||3:38||Electro House|
|4||Mishhu Lair||3:38||Electro House|
|5||Uesureyan Fields||3:36||80s Electronica|
|6||Hanako Beaches||3:20||Tropical House|
|7||Nataria Retooled||3:55||Electro House|
|8||Aether Sabers||3.28||Electro House|
|10||Kagami Suns||4:04||Electro House|
|11||Central Logistics||4:10||Electro Pop|
|12||Nekovalkyrja Heart||3:56||Electro House|
Total runtime: 46:25
This section contains notes and trivia for each track.
Some tracks that didn't make it onto this album can be found in Star Army OST: Volume 2.
Nepleslian Nights is inspired by Funky City. It is a synthwave track with a lot of special effects such as police sirens in it. The drums keep switching back and forth between synthwave and trap music. It was composed on March 24, 2018.
I'll call it… “ Stranger Nepleslain Nights” – Lex
I LIKE THE END SO MUCH it's like woo woo wooooo wooee! Synthwave is cool but I am worried the police are coming too. B/c of sirens. V scoopy. –Ametheliana
Nataria Factory is inspired by planet Nataria, which is where most Nekovalkyrja are born, and home of Fort Minori and Nataria Fleet Depot. It was composed on March 24, 2018. The song was originally composed without a bass track but Wes added one later. The sound samples are all from the Electro House soundpool on Music Maker/Catooh. Wes has purchased a commercial use license for all samples used in the song and remade the song from wav files.
“It's really catchy all the way through so far ya know, Wes?” –Ametheliana
Misshu lair contains a lot of vox noises and sound effects. It is inspired by the scary aliens called the Mishhuvurthyar. Wes described it as a “boss level” background music. Also in the middle there's a brief moment of funk guitar for “tentacle romance.” It was created on March 25, 2018.
“This track is very fittingly named. The “vocals” sound like my interpretation of Mishhu.” –club24
“It's pretty… Vicetone-y. Which I actually like.” –IQ
This is an 80s electronica song with Japanese female vocal samples in it.
This song is inspired by the beaches of Hanako's World.
|Key||a & d|
I'd almost say this makes me think of a city or highway more than a beach, personally. Pretty good though –Arbitrated
I can picture this rolling while a couple is on a walk next to the beach –Miko
Originally this track was in the key of C and was called Kagami Suns, but the sounds used were similar enough to the Nataria Factory track that it sounds kind of like an alternate version so it was renamed as Nataria Retooled and the key was changed to the “scarier” key of D#. The name Kagami Suns was later used for track 10.
Wes debuted this track on Discord on March 30, 2018. Originally it was offered as a themesong to Uso's Star Organization but Zack turned it down. It was then named Aether Sabers after weapons like the Ke-M2-W2901 Aether Beam Saber-Rifle, which are used by the Ke-M2 "Mindy" Series of Power Armor.
Planet Yamatai has two moons, a white one and a smaller marble green one. Wes made this track on on May 12, 2018.
“I give it a thumbs up. Nice to listen to while doing work or something. Nice and relaxing.” –Sparkee0213
Wes made this track on on May 12, 2018. The samples used all come from the Electro House soundpool, which Wes has a commercial license for. There is an alternate version of this song in the key of a.
This electro house/EDM song is the final song on the album and was composed as an outro.
|Key||d, then e|
“definitely works as an outro for the OST, got that “coming to an end” vibe, like the music that plays after the final boss. I recognise the 2:35 mark, this part was from natiria factory wasn't it? or it may have been a test one you made but its definitely familiar” –club24
Wes created this article on 2018/03/25 09:13.
Headphones art by Wes using base by Waitress/Hensa purchased from Cozy Cat Studios.