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Impulse (Original Series Soundtrack)

Deru

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC audio formats

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1.1
Impulse Main Titles
Deru
0:27
1.2
Getting the Wrong Idea
Deru
4:06
1.3
Confessional
Deru
6:49
1.4
She Just Needed to Understand
Deru
4:56
1.5
You Got Me
Deru
2:12
1.6
No One Cares as Much as You
Deru
1:49
1.7
The Millers Arrive
Deru
1:58
1.8
Memory of Killing
Deru
2:22
1.9
The Unthinkable
Deru
6:46
1.10
What It Takes
Deru
1:42
1.11
I Want You to Be Happy
Deru
1:46
1.12
Held at Gunpoint
Deru
3:49
1.13
The Monster is Close
Deru
7:37
1.14
Shifts
Deru
1:36
1.15
Henry Talks
Deru
1:17
1.16
Killing the Assistant
Deru
2:56
Total Playing Time    52:08
Film music critics and fans alike are fascinated by the music to Impulse, the new YouTube Originals 10-episode series based on Steven Gould's Jumper novels.

The score by Deru, with its acoustic-meets-synth compositions, provides a unique sound for specific characters and their special "skills."
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-16 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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