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written by 4616599 on May 06, 2009 05:38
Really, many genres go well with noctis, but for me, it's usually some light classic jazzy background stuff. In my opinion it's good for

>quartz planet plains and hills in general
>all those pits and gorges on felisian worlds
>certain types of 'atmospheric' thin-at worlds
>cruising around a system
>dust trails and nebulas(if noctis had them, that is)
r'lyeh sweet r'lyeh
written by Neuzd on May 06, 2009 09:34
Deep discussion.
I have a fast reply though, because there's something that's just perfect for every Noctis situation and environment:

Sunn O)))
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written by Albeyamakiir on May 06, 2009 12:58
I don't listen to music while playing. Most of my music isn't separated into genres, or can't be, so I can't do it without something unsutible starting up. Besides, it feels more natural without music. (But less natural without sound )

EDIT: Wow, that's an actual emote?
r'lyeh sweet r'lyeh
written by Neuzd on May 06, 2009 16:31
I have some time to answer better to the topic.

Me too, I play with no soundtrack at all. Silence works great. Period.

But sometimes it happens that I need to cover the noise coming from the outside world because it's just annoying.

In these cases I love putting on music that doesn't really distract your brains and otherwise just create a carpet of sounds that can fill the (more or less dense) atmosphere of the world you're visiting.

Sunn O))) are mainly playing electric guitars, but the effect (or rather why I love this music while playing Noctis) is that of white noise. Soundscapes of ethereal and mysterious nature.
Take out the violence from what McWgogs listens to, for example, and that will be perfect, too.
written by Torisek on May 08, 2009 12:55
The Noctis Theme. Both versions by Ryan and me.

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As you asked, I edited it, Starchaser!
<sub> and your nick reminds me chickenchaser from the Fable ._. sry.
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written by Starchaser on May 08, 2009 16:52
Torisek said:
The Noctis Theme. Both versions by Ryan and me.

y.
What's with they "y." at the bottom of your post?
I thought that was a yayo thing. >_>
written by Momotombo on May 09, 2009 02:00
Xela's Dead Sea album is pretty good, it fits Noctis' creepy and lonely atmosphere.

Sunn O))) is alright, but I'd rather listen to something quieter.

Eluvium is good, they're pretty ambient. It fits the atmosphere pretty well.
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on May 12, 2009 19:57
Starchaser said:
Torisek said:
The Noctis Theme. Both versions by Ryan and me.

y.
What's with they "y." at the bottom of your post?
I thought that was a yayo thing. >_>
it should be. >_>
glad to see it has been fixed, could lead to confusion.. ; P

y.
doing pushups
written by Megagun on May 12, 2009 21:02
Pfft, you really think anyone is going to be confused about something like that?
rose pony is best pony
written by Starchaser on May 13, 2009 02:32
Megagun said:
Pfft, you really think anyone is going to be confused about something like that?
I was.
That's why I asked.
written by 4616599 on Jun 18, 2009 09:37
I've been listening to this playlist while running noctis recently: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=575575FC8EE7966C

Noctis + Vintage music is actually quite good.
written by Batmanifestdestiny on Jun 24, 2009 01:32
I've been listening to Daft Punk music, but I might turn on some Choir stuff
written by Kami on Jun 25, 2009 08:06
Broadcast are great for Noctis.
written by Xxitheworld on Jun 26, 2009 17:13
Autechre's Incunabula is Noctis' soundtrack
written by Fierymoustache on Sep 26, 2010 01:47
Check out Brother Android.

http://brotherandroid.110mb.com/

He did the soundtrack for the indie hit Hero Core, and he's got some sick original stuff as well.

It's very spacy 8-bit music, for me it goes really well with Noctis.
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