Glossary - OST

The extended version of OST means the original soundtrack. As moviemakers, singers who get the benefit of music and make their products attractive to the customers, the game developers use OST to add new features to the online games they create. This musical effect goes through an examination process at first. Game designers try to relate the OST to their games. When the games and their original soundtrack coincide, it helps to achieve a better gaming experience. The main reason is that no one can play a game without a soundtrack for an extended period of time.

There are even composers who create particular kinds of sound effects to make virtual games more entertaining. Game developers should also take into account the characters and the environment of scenes in the game. It helps to create a high-quality game.

Polyphony of OST

It is a kind of soundtrack that has two or more simultaneous lines of melody. These melodies are independent. The music refers to the Middle Ages and Renaissance period. So, the history of this melody is too old. It is better to use this type of theme for virtual games, which indicates historical features. 


Monophony consists of a tune that only one singer can perform with a single instrument. There is no need to assist this melody with chords or harmony. Plenty of folk or traditional songs consist of this kind of tune. Many virtual gambling game developers can benefit from this music effect, especially when it comes to virtual casino games, where traditional ornaments or symbols are also popular.


This OST is of Greek origin. It is a melody in which other strands assist the first part. As a result, the rhythmic contract appears. Furthermore, it has a distinct tune and harmony, which relates to soprano, inner, and bass voices.