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Postby MartyNeilan » Thu Jun 30, 2005 8:02 pm

I heard a lot of tasty tuba solos as background music. It doesn't sound like MIDI, I believe it is the real deal. I was surprised to hear the tuba in such a prominent role in a video game. (DISCLAIMER: I don't play that many video games, so if it is a trend I missed it.)
Does MSM or anyone else know who did that? Are there any other games with a lot of real (and quality) tuba playing?
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Postby Dylan King » Thu Jun 30, 2005 9:32 pm

I believe it was Jeff Tymoschuk who did the score. It was most likely all midi. It may have been Vienna Symphonic tuba samples, which sound fantastic. A game like that may have had a budget for a small band to enhance the midi stuff. I haven't heard it, so I can't comment directly. This is only speculation.

Here's the dude's website...

http://www.greenwiremusic.com/
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