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Submitted by TransientDreamer 337d ago | news

Titanfall’s Composer Likens Blending Music with Gameplay to, “Making Whiskey”

Before they founded Respawn Entertainment, numerous members of the team including Vince Zampella and Titanfall composer Stephen Barton worked on 2007′s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Mr. Barton scored that game, and was recently brought on board with Respawn to score Titanfall as well. He described the process as being much different than scoring Modern Warfare, akin to, “making whiskey.” (TitanFall, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

stuna1  +   337d ago
Goes down smooth, but comes up rough?
Volkama  +   336d ago
Titanfall has music?

It's very subtle, keeps itself out of the way of the sounds you need to hear. That's surely what you want from a competitive FPS, but I wonder if it gets a little disheartening writing music with the intention of avoiding being heard.

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