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Halo

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From Halopedia, the Halo Wiki

There are four released Soundtracks, which originate from the Halo trilogy. In addition, there is the soundtrack to Halo Wars and a compilation of the first three trilogy soundtracks.

  • Halo: Original Soundtrack - The musical score to Halo: Combat Evolved.
  • Halo 2: Original Soundtrack - The musical score to Halo 2.
  • Halo 3: Original Soundtrack - The musical score to Halo 3.
  • Halo 3: ODST Original Soundtrack - The musical score to Halo 3: ODST.

  • Halo Trilogy: The Complete Original Soundtracks - The collection of all three soundtracks and a bonus DVD.
  • Halo Wars: Original Soundtrack - The musical compilation of the songs in Halo Wars.


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Lostpedia

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From Lostpedia

Four soundtracks for the first four seasons of Lost have been released by Varèse Sarabande, featuring selections from the musical score composed by Michael Giacchino. They were produced by Giacchino and feature the Hollywood Studio Symphony. The first season soundtrack was released March 21, 2006, the second on October 3, 2006, and the third on May 6, 2008. A fourth season soundtrack was released May 12th, 2009.

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Runescape

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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

This article is about music played through the Music Player. For NPCs that restore run energy, see Musician. For sound heard through actions or items, see Sound effects.
The Music icon.

Music in RuneScape is mostly in-game background music (music tracks) designed to enhance a player's gaming experience.

Players need to unlock most tracks during game-play by going to a particular place, completing a quest, or performing some action (such as reading a particular book). As of 11 January 2010, there are 631 music tracks available via music player. As RuneScape ages, many more music tracks may be distributed.

This is the message that appears in the chatbox when you have unlocked 500 pieces of music.

The 500th Track was Tournament! (m) which was released on 20 November 2007. Unlocking 500 songs will unlock the Air Guitar emote, which plays five notes when activated. It is notable for being one of the few emotes with audio.

Currently, the player does not receive a message when he/she unlocks every music track (though one does appear every time an individual track is unlocked.)

The volume of the music can be controlled through the Audio Settings on the Options screen.

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Musicians

Main article: Musician
Players listening to a musician

Musicians are NPCs found throughout RuneScape who play certain tracks with different instruments. Players can listen to them by right-clicking them. While listening to the musician, players increase the rate of their Hitpoints regeneration and energy restoration.

Music Player

The RuneScape music player.
Main article: Music Player

The Music Player is the screen on the interface that lists all music tracks. The titles of unlocked tracks are shown in green, and those of locked tracks are displayed in red.

The Music Player also features a button at the top which, when activated (in green), continuously plays the same song as a loop. If not clicked, different tracks are played at the end of each song.

Music track list

Main article: Music/track list

Tutorial music

As of 15 December 2009, all free players will have the following 30 tracks unlocked upon completing the Unstable foundations tutorial quest. These tracks are unlocked automatically upon arriving in Lumbridge even though the events associated to some tracks have ended:

  1. The Adventurer
  2. The Art of Hocus-Pocus
  3. Bittersweet Bunny
  4. The Dance of the Snow Queen
  5. Diango's Little Helpers
  6. Easter Jig
  7. Funny Bunnies
  8. Grimly Fiendish
  9. Ground Scape
  10. Hare-brained Machines
  11. Harmony
  12. High Spirits
  13. Homescape
  14. Itsy Bitsy...
  15. Jungle Bells
  16. Jungle Island XMAS
  17. Land of Snow
  18. Lazy Wabbit
  19. The Mentor
  20. Newbie Melody
  21. Poison Dreams
  22. Scape Hunter
  23. Scape Main
  24. Scape Original
  25. Scape Santa
  26. Scape Scared
  27. Scape Summon
  28. Scape Theme
  29. Sea Shanty XMAS
  30. Trick or Treat?

Notes

  • Many songs can be unlocked just standing very near about the area of the specific song, and is not necessary have all requirements.
  • Some music tracks can, for some reason, be unlocked without visiting the area or even getting close to it, such as the music track on Dragontooth Island is unlockable for free-to-play players even though they had never been members before.
  • Scape Theme is used for the opening music track, except when a Holiday event is going on. Scape Scared for Hallowe'en, and Scape Santa is used for Christmas. Other Scapes may be used for new skills, such as Scape Summon for the release of Summoning, or Scape Hunter for the release of Hunter. Scape Main (the previous log in screen theme) is now available in the track list.
  • The track Zanik's Theme is heard during a cut-scene in Death to the Dorgeshuun, but is not unlocked until Land of the Goblins.
  • During Clarence's burial cut scene after the Back to my Roots quest, the music being played does not appear in the music title; so this would be a missing song. The song "Historic Memories" from Meeting History is also played in a cut-scene, but cannot be unlocked.
  • Long ago, the default music track at Barbarian Village was "Dark", but it has been changed to "Barbarianism". The "Dark" track was moved to Sulphur vents south of Bone Yard (located south of the caves of Chaos Dwarves; level 32 Wilderness).
  • Armadyl Alliance is unlocked before the gap to Armadyl's area in God Wars Dungeon, so 70 Ranged is not needed.
  • Playing Clan Wars while waiting for a clan war to begin causes a different track to play.
  • If you are standing near a crop circle outside the impetuous impulses minigame, the song track "impetuous" will play but no name will appear on the top of the track list.
  • The music is 'techno', and some instruments may be difficult to distinguish.

Tracks that are considered difficult to unlock

Renamed or deleted tracks

  • On 4 June 2007, Jagex renamed Gnome to Goblin Village and Gnome Theme to Dwarf Theme.
  • At a later date, Jagex also renamed Wolf Mountain to Wild Isle.
  • Scape Summon - The main tune during the Summoning Update on 15 January 2008 was deleted from music log with an Update on 5 February 2008, although it continued to play on the Summoning loading and login screen. It was a bug which Jagex reports on their site:
    • "Audio > Subcategory:" Added By: mod_clark on 5 February 2008. "The ScapeSummon track has done a runna! We are aware of this and will hunt it down and secure it with big 'stop running away chains' - in the meantime it is an issue that we are aware of and there is no need to report it.'".
    • See also: Update:Music system temporarily off - 9 February 2008.
    • Scape Summon back on list with the Catapult Construction update on 13 February 2008.

Required skill levels

These are the minimal levels (or quest points) needed to unlock all music tracks.

Skill Level Quest or location Music track name
Agility 70 Saradomin's Encampment (God Wars Dungeon) Strength of Saradomin
Attack 75 Blood Runs Deep The Fallen Hero, Jaws of the Dagganoth, Maiasaura
Construction 60 Nomad's Requiem Battle of Souls, Desolate Ruins
Cooking 70 Recipe for Disaster Chef Surprize
Crafting 66 Rocking Out Jailbird, A Pirate's Life for Me, Something Fishy
Defence 65 King's Ransom, While Guthix Sleeps Knightmare, Lore and Order; Dangerous Logic, Black of Knight, The Evil Within, The Sound of Guthix, Temple Desecrated
Farming 65 While Guthix Sleeps Dangerous Logic, Black of Knight, The Evil Within, The Sound of Guthix, Temple Desecrated
Firemaking 61 Forgiveness of a Chaos Dwarf Fight of the Dwarves
Fishing 62 Swan Song Last Stand, Making Waves
Fletching 70 Within the Light Elven Seed
Herblore 65 While Guthix Sleeps Dangerous Logic, Black of Knight, The Evil Within, The Sound of Guthix, Temple Desecrated
Hitpoints 70 Zamorak's Fortress (God Wars Dungeon) Zamorak Zoo
Hunter 65 Nomad's Requiem Battle of Souls, Desolate Ruins
Magic 75 While Guthix Sleeps, Nomad's Requiem Dangerous Logic, Black of Knight, The Evil Within, The Sound of Guthix, Temple Desecrated; Battle of Souls, Desolate Ruins
Mining 66 Nomad's Requiem Battle of Souls, Desolate Ruins
Prayer 70 Nomad's Requiem Battle of Souls, Desolate Ruins
Ranged 75 Within the Light Elven Seed
Runecrafting 50 Runecrafting Guild Second Vision
Slayer 78 The wishlist after Fur 'n' Seek Exhibit 'A'
Smithing 69 Rocking Out Jailbird, A Pirate's Life for Me, Something Fishy
Strength 75 Blood Runs Deep The Fallen Hero, Jaws of the Dagannoth, Maiasaura
Summoning 41 The Curse of Arrav The Heist, Lamistard's Labyrinth
Thieving 66 The Curse of Arrav The Heist, Lamistard's Labyrinth
Woodcutting 75 Within the Light Elven Seed
Combat level 110 Kuradal's Dungeon Final Destination
Quest points 270 While Guthix Sleeps Dangerous Logic, Black of Knight, The Evil Within, The Sound of Guthix, Temple Desecrated

Temporary boosts

Temporary skill boosts may be used to unlock some music tracks. See articles for corresponding quests or locations to see if temporary boosts can be used.

Real-world allusions

There are a number of music tracks that can be connected to the real world, both through the name and/or the music itself. These include (alphabetically):

Trivia

  • In the music 'Norse Code' (playing while in Jatizso), the high pitch flute plays the Morse code letters for 'RuneScape'. The short notes are the dits and the long notes are the dahs: dit-dah-dit R, dit-dit-dah U, dah-dit N, dit E, dit-dit-dit S, dah-dit-dah-dit C, dit-dah A, dit-dah-dah-dit P, dit E.
  • The following sounds may be heard on the FunOrb game Armies of Glienor: Legion (Lobby), Principality (Misthalin Map), TzHaar! (Desert Map), Poles Apart (Snow Map) and Attack 1-6 (In Battle).
  • The song Life's a Beach! can be heard on the Mos'Le Harmless arena on the FunOrb game, Arcanists.
  • If a player stands up from resting, it will override the loop setting, causing a local track to play, instead of a song a player might have set to play continuously.

See also

External links

  • Music Guide, RuneScape knowledge base

This article uses material from the "Music" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.







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