Machinarium (Original Soundtrack) - Tomáš Dvořák (1xLP Vinyl Record)
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The official soundtrack for the game Machinarium, composed by Tomáš Dvořák (Floex).
1xLP 180 gram audio audiophile oil-stain colored vinyl, includes 3 art prints by Adolf Lachman. Produced by Minority Records.
The original idea behind Machinarium Soundtrack came into the life when Amanita Design head honcho Jakub Dvorsky asked Tomas to prepare compositions for his newly prepared and eagerly awaited point-and-click adventure flash game Machinarium in the same manner as he did for "Samorost 2", e.g. ambient and electro-acoustic compositions overlapping into classical music. It's no secrets that Tomas is particularly interested in joining electronic and acoustic instruments together, the only difference in composing for Machinarium was that the tracks were supposed to be longer than in the previous work for "Samorost 2".
The composer himself says on the mood of the whole album: "I personally like to make songs that are more melancholic, full of deeper emotions. The music in the last part of the game is probably closest to this mood. It's also more acoustical, including the piano."
It is good to point out that the compositions on LP are not entirely the same as in the flash game, they were carefully remixed and mastered for the purposes of the standalone soundtrack which turned out as gorgeous set of compositions which is wonderful beyond compare. The beauty of greatly orchestrated subtle electro-acoustic pieces makes you to sit back and listen in for hours and shifts you into a higher levels of cognition. MACHINARIUM is a point-and-click adventure game by Amanita Design, the makers of "Samorost" and "Samorost 2" flash games con- centrating on art design. In 2009 at IGF Festival in San Francisco, USA Machinarium won the category "Excellence in Visual Art", it has been nominated for Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) Awards and picked up over 22 awards across the world to date.
Written, composed, mixed and produced by Tomáš Dvořák for Machinarium adventure game by Amanita Design.
Voice on "Nanorobot Tune" by Veronika Vlková.
Graphic art by Adolf Lachman.
Cover design by Daniel Dudarec.
Mastered by Matouš Godík at ZKA4T Studio, Prague, Czech Republic.
DMM transfer by Hendrik Pauler at Pauler Acoustics.
Album is pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl at
Pallas Group GmbH, Diepholz, Germany.
A1. The Bottom
A2. The Sea
A3. Clockwise Operetta
A4. Nanorobot Tune
A5. The Mezzanine
A6. By The Wall
B1. Mr. Handagote
B2. Gameboy Tune
B3. The Furnace
B4. The Black Brotherhood Theme
B5. The Prison
B6. The Glasshouse With Butterfly
B7. The Castle
B8. The Elevator