This week I wanted to talk about the music piece "Random Fire" from the "No Limit to the Skies" album. This is the original concept of “Random Fire”. This was written for a scene for the Virtual Reality air combat simulation game back in the mid 1990’s. The piece describes being chased by SAM rocket missiles (Surface to Air Missiles). When trying to avoid ground fire, you of course try not to get shot down from these. As you listen to the piece, you can hear as if missiles were chasing your jet aircraft trying to avoid being hit were described in the music itself. The piece is relatively short for being in the scenario or situation on the game. I rewrote and extended it to a longer version which was later released in 2014 on the “In Motion” album.
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