Half-Life: Opposing Force soundtrack

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The Half-Life: Opposing Force soundtrack was composed by Chris Jensen. It was reused for the Half-Life: Blue Shift soundtrack.

It is possible to extract all audio tracks heard in-game in the Steam version by navigating to steamapps\common\Half-Life\gearbox\media.

Names of the majority of the original tracks were revealed with the release of Blue Shift. Additionally, those previously named received new titles. When a track has multiple names, the Opposing Force title is listed first.

Originally, the Steam versions of Blue Shift and Opposing Force did not use their original soundtracks, but instead the Half-Life soundtrack by Kelly Bailey. This was, however, corrected when both games converted into the SteamPipe distribution system.

[edit] Behind the scenes

  • The music was made with old equipment, including an analog 4-track recorder.[1]

[edit] Track listing

[edit] References

  1. Hey Classmates - From Chris Jensen on Google Groups (September 19, 2011)
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