Hi everyone, throughout the Devcast podcast, you may have heard that Screenhog uploaded another addition to his Behind the Scenes music series!
He did so last night, and it’s a really interesting one which focuses on the creation of some of the Medieval tracks, but also a bit of insight into the creation of the initial concept of parties. It might sound familiar from you because it was featured in the Club Penguin New Horizon’s documentary!
If you’re interested, I’d highly recommend watching the video, otherwise please feel free to skip this post!
Another fantastic video has been released by Screenhog, featuring some of the details behind the scenes of creating the Sled Racing track!
His video contains details on how the track was created, how it sounds and also an unreleased track which has rarely been heard before! You might not be interested by this, but I do like sharing exciting things related to Club Penguin, so feel free to watch!
The video is really cool, and features a lot of interesting stuff about a very iconic song! If you’d like to hear more of Screenhog’s stuff, feel free to check out his other videos (he’s done three so far), but he’ll also be on a stream on October 24th!
Hi! It’s rare for me to publish something not relating to the latest news on Club Penguin Rewritten, but something really amazing was recently published that I wanted to share with you! 🎵
Last night, Screenhog released a behind the scenes video about some of the music which he created. In case you didn’t know, Screenhog was an amazing artist and music composer behind the game! Much of how his music was created hasn’t been too well known, until recently!
If you haven’t already, I’d highly recommend watching the video if you’re curious about where and how some of the original music for the game was created.
In the video, a few tracks were featured, and you may recognise the Ocean Voyage theme from the previous party on Club Penguin Rewritten. Here’s how the finished product sounded like!
It’s incredibly similar in the video (though there’s some extra instruments)! You may also be familiar with it, but this is how the Pizzatron 3000 track sounds like too.
Also, if you’re wondering how it looks like on sheet music, a talented community member called Stone523 also managed to transcribe it into music playable on the piano. Check it out!
I decided to make this post as music is a huge part of Club Penguin, and I was really interested by Screenhog’s video and thought you would be too! I’m hoping he makes more in the future since the last one was awesome.
Thank you very much for reading, waddle on!
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