Ode to Bendy is a 5th soundtrack for Chapter 1 from Bendy and the Ink Machine. It was written by Ray Gould.
The music consists of a beating drum, an old fashioned bass instrument (albeit faint), and a clarinet.
After walking back while solving the puzzle by collecting six items, the track no longer plays after the lights from under the door turns off.
- The name is referred to "Ode to Joy".
- "Ode to Joy" is an ode written in the summer of 1785 by German poet, playwright, and historian Friedrich Schiller. It was best known for its use by Ludwig van Beethoven in Symphony No. 9.
- "Ode to Bendy", along with "You Left Me in a Heartbeat" and "Sammy Jam", is one of the only soundtracks unavailable on "Bendy and the Ink Machine: Chapter Two Soundtrack" from Bandcamp.
|Loop through door.|
|Sketches • Hellfire Follies • Little Devil Darling • Drawn to Darkness • Ode to Bendy • The Searchers • You Left Me in a Heartbeat • Sammy Jam • Thinking of You • Former Glory • Lonely Angel • Who's Laughing Now • I'm Alice Angel • Old Friends, New Faces • The Price of Beauty • The Dark Puddles • The Old Gang • Reel Fear|
|Bendy and the Ink Machine Song • Build Our Machine • Bendy and the Ink Musical|
|The Neighbor's chase theme|