The soundtrack for Arenas, produced by Tritin Films and composed by Mystic Realmz Productions, is one of our proudest accomplishments. When we started the project,
we were a bit worried that we would have to use stock music or rip completely off of the game soundtracks themselves, but Sonny James at Mystic Realmz Productions
worked episode by episode to bring Arenas to life in his own way. The result is a musical score that brings the action, suspense, and reality of what the Doom and Quake
universe really are, to life. Mystic Realmz not only produced custom pieces for episodes like Worthy and Rebellion, but Sonny also tackled the specific need for Episode 0
to have it's original and unique sound. Arenas was successfully able to re-write the original sound of Doom 1, and bring the true atmosphere into the film.
Other than Mystic Realmz, there were a few guest composers that did small parts in the films creation. Sonic Clang can be heard in the episode, Defrag, where a hard hitting
rock and roll version of the Arenas theme music will split your ears as Doom negotiates the defrag arena. Also, in a small portion of Episode 0 during the Phoenix scene,
the music of Mark S. Affeld can be heard during Doom's attempted escape and abduction. Mark has worked on previous Tritin projects in previous years, such as Jenkins: Extreme
Measures and Midnight Racers 2.
Arenas is a Tritin Films Production
Writer & Animator - Joe Goss, Character Rigging - Jeff Goss, Music Composition - Sonny James (Mystic Realmz), Music Composition - Mark S. Affeld, Music Composition - Sonic Clang, Voice Acting - Jack Pattillo