Music in The Adventure Zone pertains to The Adventure Zone Original Soundtrack, the Adventure Zone theme, or outside music used by Griffin McElroy during the podcast.
The Adventure Zone Original Soundtrack Edit
Griffin McElroy has composed original music for The Adventure Zone since Episode 26.
Initially, Griffin used GarageBand, a MIDI converter, and a Rock Band 3 Keyboard to create the podcast's defining electronic sound. He first placed them surrounding the show's commercial break, then interspersed the tracks underneath dialogue, even incorporating them into the storyline.
Griffin stated on the TAZ Tumblr that he envisions the tracks "less like theme songs, and more like radio stingers".
Track List (by Arc) Edit
Other Episodes/Live Shows
- Jeff Angel's Theme
- Déjà Vu (The The Adventure Zone Zone Remix)
The Adventure Zone Themes Edit
- "Déjà Vu" by Mort Garson (from the album Ataraxia: The Unexplained) serves as the primary theme song for The Adventure Zone. Listen to "Déjà Vu" here.
- "The Unexplained" by Mort Garson (from the album Ataraxia: The Unexplained) serves as the theme song during the 'The Stolen Century' arc, used in place of "Déjà Vu". Listen to "The Unexplained" here.
Use of Outside Music Edit
|"Storm Top Dog"||Zackery Wilson||Maxo's Level Music Best ❤+||Listen here.|
"Storm Top Dog" is currently the only song in The Adventure Zone (except the theme) not composed by Griffin McElroy.