Phil Kowalski: ''Dontnod Entertainment has just released an in-depth look at who and how the score for their upcoming title, Remember Me was put together.''
I keep forgetting about this game even though I really don't want to. Looks fun as hell in a world where there are less and less good action games
I jump at every occasion to see how to this game is turning out to be, so far, I get the impression that'll be a story driven cyberpunk type of action game with twists and turns. It's nice to see that there'll be some open areas for some exploration, linear is nice but opening up the world gives it more credibility (here's to hoping).Can't wait to hear more details on this anticipated title.
So excited for this game, Don't fuck it up with your DLC bullshit Capcom
I wont hold my breath.
OMG that sound Engineers Board is some Hi-tech touch screen stuff right there. Large touch screen interface with a ton of software. WOW i i've seen some nice high dollar analog/ digital engineer boards but his is a friggin masterpiece of modern technology. .........and I bet you it can even run Crysis! well if the game sucks at least the sound will be AAA+
Only software in use there was Cubase. Considering he is taking direct recordings too it's pretty unlikely he would have been running any extra software since everything he needs is already in Cubase. The producer however would have been using some external plug ins since he intended to glitch the samples the recording engineer passed on to him, not to mention he might have preferred a different DAW to Cubase. Regardless it's a very expensive mixing desk they both had there.
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