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Submitted by DeltaForce 1270d ago | interview

G4 : Interview with COD: Black Ops Composer Sean Murray

Sean Murray is the man behind the music of Call of Duty: Black Ops. The Feed recently got a chance to talk with Sean about what went into the creation of the music for the game, its soundtrack album, and some of the other projects he has composed for, including a previous entry in the COD franchise and a TV show about a teenage vampire slayer. We also got the details on a live orchestra performance of Murray's Black Ops music, along with other game themes, happening next week. And while there are no music-based perks in Black Ops multiplayer (really, there should be!) The Feed has deployed some sounds from the game in the interview for your listening enjoyment. (Activision, Call of Duty: Black Ops, PC, PS3, Sean Murray, Wii, Xbox 360)

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Kee  +   1270d ago
The music in CoD games is something I dont pay much attention to. I guess it's not really like sonic or mario or final fantasy where all the music is memorable.

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