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Oh... now I see the titles changed to their "official" counterparts. Too bad :/ but at least we got a glimpse of the true story behind this score.Adam: Maybe Brian Tyler could be credited because the score features some of his themes...I saw somebody say that Brian Tyler and Lucas Vidal are both credited! It was from some composer website. Is this true??So Hybrid, Lorne Balfe is the truth composer and Lucas Vidal is the real additional music? Is That? Or this is the truth and Lucas Vidal is just to pretend like oficial because of the "locations" where the movie was filmedLucas Vidal...<br><br>But after quite many years, you guys should know that I'm not very interested in "official" but more in "the truth"... ;) lol
So who is the official composer on this: Lucas Vidal or Lorne Balfe?Yay, knew it from the moment I heard RCP samples in the score and then saw Lorne's name in the credits (as technical assistant)! :-DI prefer the movie version, hands down.<br>Love the organ and the powerful crescendo. The album version just does not do anything for me those damn strings everywhere. The addition of the strings make it sound like any other soundtrack. Nothing really special.<br><br>Please release the movie version also, preferably in FLAC format or something similar. And by having released both versions all fans are happy.I thought the composer was Lucas Vidal, Lorne having only written additional music... Can somebody explain?LOL
What joke ?Every Day a new joke by Hybrid...<br><br>Lorne did Antonov Pt.4, that I know EvenstarYeah, tax refund, baby!Nope...Can anyone tell which track was composed by Balfe and which by Vidal?
April 26, 2015 (Sunday)<br><br>Wow, I can't think of anyone the best of the best other <br>than Mr. Hans Zimmer! Luckily I stood next to him, if<br>recalled correctly, at a film showing for the Italian<br>Film Festival a few years ago. To experience Mr. Zimmer<br>and his music in so many films keeps getting better.<br>Music is "a universa language" and it makes all alright,<br>alright. Bravo, and wishes for a long, healthy life to<br>you (Mr Hans Zimmer).That would stink Hans is what I was looking forward to on that film, That and the fact that I love DC comics stuffHey Alan!<br><br>You are quite correct. The Score AND Effects have been toned down in those scenes. I was prepared to lower the volumen when that scenes came, but no need.<br>To be honest, the sound mix in the Blu-ray is better balanced.<br>It's like The Da Vinci Code Score, some parts were too loud ("over edited" I like to say).The writing of the score was very complicated, Greengrass asked for most of the tracks to be re-written several time. A lot of RCP composers worked on this one in order to "save" it, including Zimmer. It was an unpleasant experience for everybody... (plus the final score is according to me very dull, but that's a subjective statement). If you want to have more details, look on the score's page on this site :)Wangwei, you're wasting your time trying to connect with Hans Zimmer on this website.  This is just a fan site and no one here has any real connections with him.  This is NOT an official Hans Zimmer website.  Sorry.
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