Sunday, 5 April 2015

Soul Reaver 2 Soundtrack PS2 version *UPDATE*

Hello there fellow LOK OST lovers!

Today I finally bring you a complete soundtrack from Soul Reaver 2 entirely recorded from the PS2 version, which has better sound than the pc version. I have reorganized the tracklist a little, removed some tracks, which were redundant, and also exported it in a more compact size (400MB), while still remaining high in quality. Use 7zip to open the first part and it will automatically extract everything. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do!



Update: I have since discovered a new track which is found on the US version of the Air Forge demo and included it in the latest link below.

New download link:
SR2-OGG-v3 404MB

Old download links:

7 comments:

  1. Hi Raina, I can help with some OST of Soul Reaver 1, because I hate the "mixed" versions (most commonly found on internet) I was recording directly various tracks in 320 kbps. I have like 10 songs, if you like the idea I upload to a mega or mediafire file. The songs have a duration aprox of 5 - 8 minutes.
    Maybe you don't remember me but we have talked via YouTube varios times, some years ago. Regards.

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    1. Hey, I have already released the full SR1 OST (planning another version release this week btw), so check it out later.

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  2. Can't wait to listen to this again.

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  3. Greetings,
    Thank you for the great. Do you by chance have plans to provide a FLAC-encoded version of that OST ?
    Best regards.

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    1. Sorry, no. There is simply not enough of a difference to strain myself again to recording these, I pursue different projects at present.

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  4. Is there a way you could fix the Sarafan Stronghold spectral tracks? Danger and Combat don't start at the beginning, the added dynamic instruments are arriving a few seconds later. Thank you in advance.

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    1. Hey, I have checked and the reason it is done like that is that this way I have certainty it starts from the beginning and the track will not become distorted after long period of playing as it is compiled on the fly. Sorry about this.

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