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  1. He is best known for composing soundtrack to Journey computer game I believe.
  2. Not sure if it's the right place to drop it in, but here you go:
  3. THE POST - SCORE Thread

    Not a fan of this score.
  4. Right on. It all comes down to mix/mastering/recording techniques. Not so much to the players themselves. Album sounds GREAT and performances are world-class.
  5. After first listen I am, sadly, disappointed. Maybe I will find some time to formulate my thoughts in the future, but for now I don't even have motivation.
  6. Oh yeah! I still listen to his "Stargate" score to this day.
  7. These people are "fucking retarded" though. Calling them something else won't change the reality so what's the difference?
  8. Here is an extended version of the piece it would seem. EDIT: Random thought 1: flutes @ 1:46 are drowned in reverb and sound unrealistic to me. Random thought 2: I like the composition/theme, even though it appears to be pretty "lazy" in some places. Random thought 3: I think I prefer Giacchino's "Imperial Suite".
  9. I guess it can be Berlin Brass. It sounds really nice when in good hands.
  10. Because it's made using orchestral instruments sample libraries. Why wouldn't it? It's just not live orchestra recording.
  11. I can't believe you don't hear it's samples, guys. Especially those of you that compose on computers.
  12. Yeah it's real, but captured by samples developers and played back by composer's sampler/sequencer.
  13. I just want to remind everybody that there are people able to handle sample libraries like this: The example in the commercial sounds pretty thin, doesn't really feature woodwinds, high strings sound ULTRA SYNTHY, percussion is weak.