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  1. Someone on the OriginalTrilogy forums already got ahold of the raw lossless files for the isolated score in stereo and 5.1 surround sound. I already shared them in the "downloads" PM chain a few months ago. The stereo file was only mixed in 44.1khz / 16-bits, as far as I'm aware there is no 24-bit master of the isolated score.
  2. At least that was I wouldn't have to pay for 5+ streaming services. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  3. Is this the guy? Is this the guy that made a mistake that lead to us having crappy sounding audio for the past 2 decades? Damn it, Brian!
  4. I've only come across 3 or 4 pieces of film music thus far, all of which were from ROTS. What's weird is that they are using the album mixes, but they aren't exact. For instance, the ending tail of "Lament" is considerably longer, so you can hear the orchestra stop playing at the very end. On the album version, it fades out before it ends naturally. It's as if they have access to the film stems (as per previous games), but went to the trouble of remaking the album edits for some reason.
  5. I found something rather interesting. Not really important at all, but interesting. I've been going through my rip of Jedi: Fallen Order (I've only examined a handful of files thus far). There appears to be a little bit of prequel music, but I'm not sure how much, or if there's any unreleased material. What is interesting however is that, and Gordy talked a little bit about this a few months back, is that ALL of the in-game music, including the music from the films, has been mastered in 7.1 surround sound. According to one of the EA devs, it sounds like JFO is pretty much the first game to utilize a full 7.1 mix. For instance, I just loaded up the game master of "Lament" from ROTS, and it is indeed in true 7.1 surround sound. Unfortunately at this time I am unable to get the files on lossless quality using current tools, only compressed OGG files. Just thought that was interesting. I'll continue to sift through the files to see if I can find anything else.
  6. I doubt it's in-house stuff. They likely bought it from a stock music company, as they usually do for these adverts.
  7. I don't think it's him either, but I still want to know where it's from so I can listen to it without Anthony Daniels talking over it. EDIT: On a side note, I'm not sure if others have noticed (but wouldn't be surprised), the main "theme" throughout this piece is extremely close to the Nazi motif from TLC. In fact, if you line both pieces up, they match almost exactly, other than a couple key and speed changes.
  8. Does anyone know if the Atmos mix for the prequels is in 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound? I'm guessing they'd be in 5.1, even though the Blu-rays were in 6.1.
  9. I think if it weren't for the pop stuff I'd actually have actually enjoyed the score. After listening to the OST, that seems to be my main issue with the score. It's a little too modern for Star Wars. My other gripe would be a lack of any themes.
  10. Well, the color doesn't look like absolute shit. I can only watch the 4K version on my phone though, since for whatever reason the Xbox One X version of the D+ app doesn't have 4K. So I'm not sure if it still has that "soft" look.
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