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BWS3 Music question

KetzergonKetzergon Posts: 4
edited September 24 in General Discussions
First I have to tell you that no other mobile game had me hooked like this one, I'm enjoying it very much.

I played the first one a long time ago and I liked the short loops of music very much, but in Saga 3...it's taking me back to my childhood I don't know how to explain it. Anyway, I want to know the name of who takes me back in time...Can you please tell me the name of the music composer(s) for the game?

Saludos from Mexico


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  • QueenRaffieQueenRaffie Posts: 292 Community Manager
    edited September 26
    Hello @Ketzergon :)

    Welcome to our Community :hurrah: 

    I can totally understand why it reminds you of childhood... :3

    Let me introduce you to @EduBroseta, our Kingster who designed the magic music of Bubble Witch3 :awesome:



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  • EduBrosetaEduBroseta Posts: 6 Kingster
    Ketzergon!

    I am glad i can bring you back to your childhood times! To be honest, thats why i am a composer: i get this feeling all the time when composing, makes me feel like a kid playing with a brand new toy  :)

    Feel free to ask any questions!

    Saludos!
  • firebombmarkusfirebombmarkus Posts: 8,155 Superstar
    Hi @Ketzergon and welcome to our adorable Community 😊 I love your post endlessly. Thank you for sharing this with us 🥰

    Hello @EduBroseta It's nice to meet you! I have always admired people who compose. Music is a big part of my life but I don't know anything about making it 🙈 On the other side, words and poetry are my thing. I guess we can't have everything 😉
  • KetzergonKetzergon Posts: 4
    edited September 27
    Ketzergon!

    I am glad i can bring you back to your childhood times! To be honest, thats why i am a composer: i get this feeling all the time when composing, makes me feel like a kid playing with a brand new toy  :)

    Feel free to ask any questions!

    Saludos!
    Yeees yes, I'd like to ask you the inspiration of the BWS music, what was on your mind?
  • Chicken_SlayerChicken_Slayer Posts: 9,654 Superstar
    @EduBroseta it is awesome and lovely to meet you. Did you just do BW or other games too? 
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  • EduBrosetaEduBroseta Posts: 6 Kingster
    Ketzergon said:
    Ketzergon!

    I am glad i can bring you back to your childhood times! To be honest, thats why i am a composer: i get this feeling all the time when composing, makes me feel like a kid playing with a brand new toy  :)

    Feel free to ask any questions!

    Saludos!
    Yeees yes, I'd like to ask you the inspiration of the BWS music, what was on your mind?
  • EduBrosetaEduBroseta Posts: 6 Kingster
    edited October 7
    So, we wanted to do a casual game about witches and magic, but lighthearted and a bit cartoonish, cute..in a very King-fashion of course! Also, i had a talk with the game team developing the game at early stages and i asked them what they liked and what they thought could be improved in BWS2 (the team who did BWS2 are the same ones who did BWS3). They mentioned sometimes they were tired about listening the the same tune over and over.

    So those 2 things are enugh for a composer to get started. First one sets the tone and the seocnd comment from the team made me propose the multi-jinge approach for the game, where segments get in and out  smoothly in random order, instead of a tune repeating forever as long as you play to the level.

    As for pure inspiration, i dont really know, it came basically from the concept arts from the team, reading a bit of the storyline and the characters, etc. I tried to use orchestral combinations that work for that genre and decided to use that sweet female voice for the main theme, as i thought it fitted the character and the game.
  • EduBrosetaEduBroseta Posts: 6 Kingster
    edited October 7
    @Chicken_Slayer  yes, i´ve done music and sounds (did BWS3 sounds as well) for other games: Shuffle Cats, Scrubby Dubby, Diamond Diaries..i think i might have done at least 1 sound for every king game out there actually! Hahah :)
  • KetzergonKetzergon Posts: 4
    So, we wanted to do a casual game about witches and magic, but lighthearted and a bit cartoonish, cute..in a very King-fashion of course! Also, i had a talk with the game team developing the game at early stages and i asked them what they liked and what they thought could be improved in BWS2 (the team who did BWS2 are the same ones who did BWS3). They mentioned sometimes they were tired about listening the the same tune over and over.

    So those 2 things are enugh for a composer to get started. First one sets the tone and the seocnd comment from the team made me propose the multi-jinge approach for the game, where segments get in and out  smoothly in random order, instead of a tune repeating forever as long as you play to the level.

    As for pure inspiration, i dont really know, it came basically from the concept arts from the team, reading a bit of the storyline and the characters, etc. I tried to use orchestral combinations that work for that genre and decided to use that sweet female voice for the main theme, as i thought it fitted the character and the game.
    Besides King and the games mentioned above, do you have more composed music, videogame or personal? (and maybe a link to listen those, please)
  • EduBrosetaEduBroseta Posts: 6 Kingster
    edited October 7
    Ketzergon said:
    So, we wanted to do a casual game about witches and magic, but lighthearted and a bit cartoonish, cute..in a very King-fashion of course! Also, i had a talk with the game team developing the game at early stages and i asked them what they liked and what they thought could be improved in BWS2 (the team who did BWS2 are the same ones who did BWS3). They mentioned sometimes they were tired about listening the the same tune over and over.

    So those 2 things are enugh for a composer to get started. First one sets the tone and the seocnd comment from the team made me propose the multi-jinge approach for the game, where segments get in and out  smoothly in random order, instead of a tune repeating forever as long as you play to the level.

    As for pure inspiration, i dont really know, it came basically from the concept arts from the team, reading a bit of the storyline and the characters, etc. I tried to use orchestral combinations that work for that genre and decided to use that sweet female voice for the main theme, as i thought it fitted the character and the game.
    Besides King and the games mentioned above, do you have more composed music, videogame or personal? (and maybe a link to listen those, please)
    I´ve done a lot of stuff yes although i cant share the majority of it cause of copyright prevention. Then some of my personal stuff isnt really uploaded anywhere. I am just too lazy about this, sorry :) 

    But stayed tuned..i am doing more music for BWS3 liveops and others!  ;)
  • KetzergonKetzergon Posts: 4
    Ketzergon said:
    So, we wanted to do a casual game about witches and magic, but lighthearted and a bit cartoonish, cute..in a very King-fashion of course! Also, i had a talk with the game team developing the game at early stages and i asked them what they liked and what they thought could be improved in BWS2 (the team who did BWS2 are the same ones who did BWS3). They mentioned sometimes they were tired about listening the the same tune over and over.

    So those 2 things are enugh for a composer to get started. First one sets the tone and the seocnd comment from the team made me propose the multi-jinge approach for the game, where segments get in and out  smoothly in random order, instead of a tune repeating forever as long as you play to the level.

    As for pure inspiration, i dont really know, it came basically from the concept arts from the team, reading a bit of the storyline and the characters, etc. I tried to use orchestral combinations that work for that genre and decided to use that sweet female voice for the main theme, as i thought it fitted the character and the game.
    Besides King and the games mentioned above, do you have more composed music, videogame or personal? (and maybe a link to listen those, please)
    I´ve done a lot of stuff yes although i cant share the majority of it cause of copyright prevention. Then some of my personal stuff isnt really uploaded anywhere. I am just too lazy about this, sorry :) 

    But stayed tuned..i am doing more music for BWS3 liveops and others!  ;)
    Liveops?
  • EduBrosetaEduBroseta Posts: 6 Kingster
    I mean extra content we relase in new updates like Stella´s lab, the spooky library, trick or treat...there´s more to come! ;)
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