A downloadable soundtrack

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www.TabletopMusic.com is an easy way to bring original background music to your tabletop game sessions!

This pack contains the audio files for all 48 tracks in the collection!

Consider supporting the site so it can continue to grow:

Follow my work as a game OST composer!

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(3 total ratings)
GenreRole Playing
TagsBoard Game, Dungeons & Dragons, Fantasy, Tabletop, trpg


Buy Now$10.00 USD or more

In order to download this soundtrack you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $10 USD. You will get access to the following files:

TabletopMusic.com Part 1.zip 777 MB
TabletopMusic.com Part 2.zip 775 MB
TabletopMusic.com Part 3.zip 865 MB
TabletopMusic.com Part 4.zip 105 MB


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Just a heads up of you use them for streaming meta (aka Facebook and Instagram) flag them as copy righted by someone called Alec Shea so be careful 


hey! Yes, that is me, I am Alec Shea. If you show your ownership of this pack, the copyright will be removed! (This is to stop people using the music illegally).

will do thank you for clearing this up 


no problem! :)


Can I use these tracks over discord with a music playing bot?


sure! They’re free to use for any kind of streaming, etc!

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Am I able to use this music in a public actual-play rpg podcast?


Absolutely! The tracks are actually used in a few different podcasts including, I believe, Venture Maidens!


What is the license for these? Thanks :)


As these tracks are licensed to tabletopmusic.com they are just for casual listening, however they are stream safe! So if you want to use them for streaming, please go ahead and if you run into any problems just let me know! :)


Thank you!

Why I cant download it, when i bought Bundle for Ukraine?


You have to search for each individual thing on the download page specifically of the pack before they appear in your library.  Very fuckin' inefficient


is it okay to use these for non-commercial video games ?


Hey pickledylans!
Send me an email at alecshea@sonancydesigns.com with the details of what kind of game (free public release, student project, personal hobby with no planned release etc.) and what tracks you want to use and we can discuss!