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trance/techno, ambient, new age

Years Active





Official Website


Lee Seock-Jin
Kwon Goo-Hee
Jang Seong-Woon (Nikacha)
Park Jin-Bae (Silhouetti, ESTi)
Park Soo-Il
Nam Goo-Min (Nauts)

Past Members

Kwak Dong-Il (Sevin) (1993–2004)

SoundTeMP is a Korean team of video game music composers. Their soundtracks in MMORPG ranged from trance/techno, electronic to instrumental, ambient and new age. SoundTeMP is often acclaimed for their wide experimentation with game audio styles, mixing various genres together to produce unique tracks.

History[edit | edit source]

Formed in 1992, SoundTeMP had been creating soundtracks for MMORPG computer games. By 2002, their work in Ragnarok Online (a highly acclaimed early MMORPG) made them famous.

Their most recent soundtrack work can be heard in Tree of Savior.

List of MMORPGs featuring music from SoundTeMP[edit | edit source]

  • Flyff
  • Granado Espada
  • Ragnarok Online
  • Neo Steam: The Shattered Continent
  • 4leaf (2000・SOFTMAX)
  • Talesweaver
  • MapleStory (New Leaf City and Masteria background tracks)
  • Seal Online
  • La Tale
  • Xen Online
  • Corum Online (2003・Netclue)
  • Yogurting (2004・Neowiz)
  • Silkroad Online (2004・Joymax)
  • RF Online (RF Online、2004・CCR)

List of other games featuring music from SoundTeMP[edit | edit source]

  • Ys 2 Special (1994・Mantra, arrange)
  • Lychnis (1994・Softmax, arrange)
  • Genocide 2 (1995・Mantra, arrange)
  • Astrocounter of CRESCENTS (1996・S&T On-Line/Samsung)
  • Icekiss (1997・Object Square, freeware)
  • The Rhapsody of Zephyr (1998・Softmax)
  • Ant Man 2 (1998・Gravity)
  • Merturl Wizard (1998・OSC)
  • Leithian (1999・Kama Digital Entertainment)
  • The War of Genesis Ⅲ (1999・Softmax)
  • Fortress series (CCR)
  • Arcturus (2000・Sonnori/Gravity)
  • Narsillion (2002・Grigon Entertainment)
  • Dream Chaser (2002・SOFTMAX)
  • Cheollang Yeoljeon (2003・Grigon Entertainment)
  • Magna Carta (2004・SOFTMAX)
  • PangYa (2004・Ntreev Soft)
  • DJ MAX / DJ MAX online
  • Princess Maker series

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