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The soundtrack for the episode What is Reality? was composed by Richard Bronskill.

Tracklist[]

No. Title Duration
01.
What is Reality?
Police Station
01:20
02.
The Riddler's File
Robin Opens the Box
01:00
03.
Hard Copy
01:18
04.
Riddler and the Commissioner
Batman's Fire Out
Batman in Computer Land
01:30
05.
Batman's Riddler
00:57
06.
Batman and Pegasus
And So On, and so on
03:09
07.
Trapped
00:42
Total
09:54

Reviews[]

In 2014, John Takis reviewed the soundtrack from What is Reality? as part of the 3rd Volume of Original Soundtracks from Batman: The Animated Series.

"Composer Richard Bronskill delivers a score worthy of the Riddler's twisted personality. Bronskill makes effective use of Walker's Riddler theme, both in its standard form and through clever melodic derivations. As with the previous Riddler episode, the character is treated with genuine menace, verging on horror. The instrumentation has touches both quirky and creepy (mallet percussion, col legno strings, waterphone) to reflect the disturbed, puzzle-oriented mind, while synthetizer helps bring the virtual landscape to eerie life."

Composer Richard Bronskill stated the following about the score

"In line with 'What is Reality?', I decided that the augmented triad would be the core sound of the episode. An important motif is a minor/major seventh cord moving to a minor sixth cord. Both are utilized throughout the Batman and Pegassus cue, for example."

Releases[]

The soundtrack of the episode "What is Reality?" has been released as part of the following Original Soundtrack Albums:

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