Interactive music tool automatically adapts to gameplay

Psai Music Engine arrives on Unity Asset Store

Periscope Studio has released its Psai Music Engine onto the Unity Asset Store.

The tool is designed to automatically adapt interactive music depending on gameplay. Included in the package are eight free music themes composed by music specialists Dynamedion and the Standalone Psai Editor which can be used to create interactive soundtracks.

The tool, which has been used in games such as Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord and The Devil’s Men, is currently available at a discounted price of $5.

Users can also download the editor and demo soundtracks for free from the official website.

"While it is now already possible to create any interactive soundtrack you like by using Psai, we are currently preparing ourselves to take the next step towards the idea of having truly plug-n-play interactive music," said Periscope Studio MD Adrian Koch.

"We want to start adding purchasable Psai interactive music packages to the Unity Asset Store soon, so developers will be able to select a bunch of tracks and get them running interactively within their game with just a few clicks.”

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