Perhaps the most authentically Hitchhiker's sounding piece, Meeting is positive, with a vibe not unlike the CompuTeach music.
This swirling, largely amelodic piece has a glitchy aesthetic, produced by fiddling with the pitch and modulation controls. It's a little richer in sound than the original Radiophonic Workshop pieces.
Panic's synth baseline is perhaps closer to the original Radiophonic work, but has more recognisable chord progressions, effectively a twelve-bar blues. It's quite shambolic.
This piece relies heavily on the processing done by Logic's synthesiser, but while it might sound largely chaotic, it tells a very simple story, with notes drifting from chaos -- indicating isolation -- to order -- indicating company -- and then back to chaos.
This piece was never used on the podcast, as it turned out far too dark, even for the topic of isolation. Like Panic, it follows a predictable chord pattern, but integrates random noise at various intervals.