Music Production Services: Steve Kofsky Music Production Coordinator: Kelly Johnson Additional Music & Arrangements by Max Aruj, Andrew Christie, Gary Dworetsky & Dieter Hartmann Score Preparation by William Marriot Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Uilleann Pipes: Troy Donockley Supervising Orchestrators: Bruce Fowler & Walt Fowler Orchestrators: Yvonne S. Moriarty, Kevin Kaska, Carl Rydlund & Ed Neumeister Copyist: Booker White Music Mixed & Mastered by Daniel Kresco Assistant Engineers: John Chapman & Peter Nelson Music Recorded & Mixed at Remote Control Productions Studio Manager: Czarina Russell Music Production Services Provided by 14th Street Music
Release date : 04/23/2013
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Anyone know why the title is against George Washington
Cause for one i know he wasn't a King and 2 he wasn't a tyrant
Whereas you are the king of stupid questions.
I believe a facepalm is in order.
You have a problem with the question
I just sounds like a lot of propaganda
I have a problem with you being a fool. The game's premise is alternate history: what if George Washington had been a tyrant rather than the founding father he really was? Obviously nobody actually thinks that this is what he was really like.
I think this is just a case of "MacArthur has never played this game and thus has no idea what it is really about." Nothing else to do here.
You're right i haven't played it but you never know who might take the premise of the game literally that's my concern.
cause some people who would wish to destroy this country would love people to believe that.
Inform me what is it about the story I mean
Cause if it turns out that washington is a hero figure at the end it would be fantastic news for me
You really think a fantasy/alternate-history game would pose a threat to the US by people taking it literally? Jesus. The Red Scare ended in the 1950s, you do know that, right?
MacArthur, I hope you know that you can type more than one paragraph before submitting your comments.
See? See how easy it is? All I had to do is press 'Enter' twice. You ought to get all your thoughts completed and organized instead of posting one sentence at a time several minutes apart.
Actually the Red scare ended in the 80's with Reagan.
So in essence, yes I do know when it ended. I also asked what the game story line was about.
Are you aware of a magic tool known as Google?
Leave it Macjeko, MacArthur sounds like a 9 years old retard, flooding all around, who hasn't understood this site is not Twitter.
At some point he'll get tired of flooding here, and he'll return where he belongs : far from here.
I know google but I read books you can't trust everything on google. Go read a book.
I wonder who will be the composer for Assassins Creed 4 Black Flag. So far I haven't seen any info released on who the composer might be. I'm assuming Lorne might not be the composer for Assassins Creed 4 considering all the projects he's got going on this year....Then again I could be wrong.
Hybrid do you know if Lorne will be doing the score for Black Flag?
a fantastic score. I would say also a dancing score sometimes. So funcky ! Love it!
I'd say Angels and Demons was another decent example of the level of awesome when they come together to collaborate. Almost all of the composers Edmund listed were working their asses off on A & D too.
Yeah, definitely another good example. :)
Of course, on the flipside you have On Stranger Tides which is a prime example of how NOT to do it...
Tell me again why we're arguing with this ".e.eiknl." guy who obviously knows nothing about music since he's calling Lorne the worst composer from RC? Clearly this guy is a douche and should not even be given the time of day. The end.
Personally, I'm not quite fond of an idea of multiple composers making one score. A film/television/game soundtrack, in my opinion, should be a focused work of one single guy. And although I have nothing against Lorne Balfe personally (he is not my favourite, but he can make some decent work sometimes), I really, really hate the idea of him always having multiple projects to do (just for 2013 he has 11 (!!!) scores coming up or already released), and other RCP composers are barely struggling with two or three each year. Every other score coming from RCP these days is from Balfe. There is absolutely no justice in that.
I'm with Macejko, to some degree. If "additional" composer means a few cues here and there, I'd be alright with it. But with a lot of Hans Zimmer scores they end up doing way more than just "additional" work. Hans writes the themes and these other guys go to work to make cues. If they want to do that, they could at least say on album covers, "Music by Hans Zimmer & Remote Control Productions". But to say just "Music by Hans Zimmer" seems a little dishonest.
Yeah!!! The Worst!!! Composer of RC and of the World!!!!
^^Whoops! Looks like a fiercely opinionated 13-year-old found internet access again. There's no point in arguing with this .e.eieknl because he/she/it is entitled to his his/her/its own opinion and this is an open site.
Wow! 4 Additional Composer.... Lorne Balfe the Worst Composer from Remote Control!
No way...Didn't On Stranger Tides have more than that?
Oops...Here I go, derailing the discussion to another work again.
Thinking in number is just plain stupid, actually.
Agreed. The number of additional composers doesn't really matter as long as they don't end up writing the whole score for the principal composer. If they're new, it gives them experience for later.
At World's End had something like half a dozen additional composers and look how that turned out. Each composer got to shine, too: Zanelli with the new big Calypso piece, Orvarsson with Cutler Beckett's death, Jackman with Up is Down and the wedding action cue, Balfe with some of the Beckett-related stuff like Just Good Business, Gire and Sponsler with the first part of the maelstrom battle (man, it's nice to finally hear that cue SFX-free) and of course Zimmer himself coordinating the whole thing with all those amazing themes, new and old.
To me At World's End is the ultimate example of the RC collaborative system at its very best. So much talent, so much amazing music. So don't knock a score just because of the additional composers!
Boom, topic derailed AGAIN. ;)
THE WORST COMPOSER FROM REMOTE CONROL!
The worst? Are you deaf and blind? You just can´t see the huge amount of talent as Lorne definitely has! He is the main follower of Zimmer, he is like him in his youth... Tell me, where you can find so massive piece of emotions like in Balfe´s work? Huh? Do you know, how many movies and games he is actualy working? Many, and therefore 4 additional composers.