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The Longest Elevator is a piece of music composed for Resident Evil 6. It was released as the 28th track on disc 2 of the BIOHAZARD 6 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK, and was composed by Akihiko Narita of Capcom's in-house sound team, Suleputer. It is 01:46 long.[1]

Music informationEdit

BIOHAZARD 6 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK booklet - page 14

Booklet description

Narita composed The Longest Elevator to use a string-based melody that would give the feeling of confidence. It was re-arranged for "Entrust Oneself to the Future".[excerpt 1]

In-game usageEdit

The track only appears in the cutscene, "The Longest Elevator", which plays at the start of Chris Chapter 5.


SourcesEdit

excerpts
  1. Excerpt from the booklet: "使命感、信頼感などのグッとくる熱い想いを、 メロディアスなストリングスで表現しました。 このメロは「Entrust Oneself to the Future」 でアレンジされて使用されています。"
references
  1. iTunes - ミュージック - カプコン・サウンドチーム, Thomas Parisch, Laurent Ziliani, Daniel Lindholm & Sebastian Schwartz「バイオハザード6 オリジナル・サウンドトラック」 (Japanese). iTunes. Retrieved on 2012-11-17.
Preceded by
Aircraft Carrier-Airspace/VTOL
BIOHAZARD 6 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK, disk 2
November 2012
Succeeded by
Underwater Facility/Let's Get Jake and Sherry