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  1. Sure this is down to opinion, but which Halo Soundtrack do you believe is the best? I only recently began paying more attention to the music in each different game, and there's some nostalgia behind them all. Some of them are powerful, well-composed pieces that really define Halo, and war all together. Please vote for your favourite album in the poll. Also feel free to share your thoughts on each track and any favourites you have. Thank you. Edit: I am referring to the full albums, not an individual track.
  2. Hey guys! Here's something I've been on the edge of releasing for a while now, and I reckon now is as good a time as ever. Being the video game enthusiast that I am, I've always loved the Halo series. And the music nerd in me has always loved Marin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori's soundtracks from the original Halo series. Now that I am doing more film scoring, I only seemed natural for me to write my own opening music for the New Halo 5. Something to push myself, and something that I enjoy all in one. I'm also up for letting everyone use this in their Machinimas, as long as I'm properly credited. If you want the raw music file for this use, contact me directly, either through email or youtube. i'll send a file without the opening cinematic sound effects! Awesome! Here's the jump: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OE4d-mEERw Awesome! Thanks guys! Enjoy. -Wil
  3. (image courtesy of Bungie.net) As the dust settles from events at E3, gamers anticipate additional information drops and little tidbits of any new revelations of Bungie's upcoming title Destiny!! This information includes audio played at Blizzard's massive multimedia main stage. Bungie referred to the stage as the Ronut! (see video below) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=yuRyrlQDkBM Now sit back, relax and listen to new audio found in Destiny by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori! Program Notes by Marty O'Donnell: Repeating patterns and signals enfold us day and night and in all ages. Unmoved mover that moves all others. Inclining from heaven towards the Seven. New music heard so deeply that it is not heard at all. Enjoy the concert!! http://www.bungie.net/pubassets/1455/Awakening.mp3
  4. (image courtesy of Bungie.net) As the dust settles from events at E3, gamers anticipate additional information drops and little tidbits of any new revelations of Bungie's upcoming title Destiny!! This information includes audio played at Blizzard's massive multimedia main stage. Bungie referred to the stage as the Ronut! (see video below) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=yuRyrlQDkBM Now sit back, relax and listen to new audio found in Destiny by Martin O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori! Program Notes by Marty O'Donnell: Repeating patterns and signals enfold us day and night and in all ages. Unmoved mover that moves all others. Inclining from heaven towards the Seven. New music heard so deeply that it is not heard at all. Enjoy the concert!! http://www.bungie.net/pubassets/1455/Awakening.mp3
  5. Hey guys, So i've always been a pretty die hard fan when it comes to the soundtracks for Halo games but recently with the release of Halo 4 Soundtrack vol. 2 I've found myself with a little bit of an issue.. My issue revolves around a specific track that is found playing in the background of the 4th terminal in the campaign (Flood). This particular track really moved me. It was deep, well balanced and compelling. It always managed to send a cold chill down my spine. Additionally this particular track sounded VERY similar to the track "Legacy" in Vol. 1 of the Halo 4 soundtrack. In fact i could almost say that they are exactly the same... but... it seems as though a rather large chunk of the song was cut out when it made its way onto the soundtrack. Specifically the part of the song near the end of the terminal video. As evidence I submit this: first listen too the terminal video focus on the background music then listen to the actual track http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5NDbTjwpVk I literally listened to the two videos side by side and i couldn't tell which video I was hearing, with the exception of the voices of corse. Then about 60 seconds in they split. Can anybody tell me what the deal is? Maybe where i might find the version used in the terminal?
  6. Okay, halo 4 was a great game and fit the series perfectly. But the main problem I had when playing through the game was the soundtrack, I couldn't get over how bad it was, this let me down because in the past all the halo games have had phenomenal soundtracks, the songs would go with the moment and make you feel emotion towards what was happening in game, and not even in game I was let down by the title screen the most, if you go back to the halo 3 title screen and the music playing in the background it showed how deep the story was and it would connect with the player, and halo 4 was more emotional that most other halo's so shouldn't the music be the same? instead of some woman screaming at you on the title screen or music that sounded like it was from star wars playing in some of the main parts of the game? I hope that the game developers see this and think about how much passion those songs put into the game and that changing them will ruin the series if they keep doing it.
  7. Today the second Volume of Halo 4's soundtrack is released! it includes all music than didn't fit in the first and all of the tracks sound pretty awesome! If you want to enjoy them, here is the playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLymBCArRbeVWmhhWdzL8hPDXk_LUFgZi2 What's your opinion on Volume 2?
  8. According to BS Angel at Halowaypoint.com, the second volume of Halo 4's original soundtrack is to be released on April 8, 2013 in conjuction with the "Castle Map Pack" DLC content. March 25, 2013 - BS Angel said.... "Following the critical and commercial success of the record-breaking 2012 release Halo 4 Original Soundtrack by the award-winning producer and composer Neil Davidge, we are pleased to announce, in conjunction with 7Hz Productions, the release of Halo 4 Original Soundtrack Volume 2, available on April 8th 2013. Halo 4 Original Soundtrack Volume 2 is a 20-track digital release and companion volume, featuring an expanded landscape of the key musical themes from the game that we couldn't fit on the first volume. 11 of the tracks are composed and produced by Neil Davidge with a further 8 by 343 in-house composer Kazuma Jinnouchi. The soundtrack also includes Kazuma’s new interpretation of Martin O’Donnell and Michael Salvatori’s iconic “Never Forget” from Halo 3. The tracks on Halo 4 Original Soundtrack Volume 2 are presented in chronological order as they appear in the game, to help bring the listener right into the heart of the Halo 4 experience. Halo 4 Soundtrack Volume 2 will be available April 8th for $9.99." Halo 4 Soundtrack Volume 2 Trackisting 1. Atonement (3:16) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 2. Gravity (2:09) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 3. Wreckage (3:24) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 4. Aliens (5:31) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 5. Kantele Bow (4:04) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 6. Pylons (5:39) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 7. Escape (3:57) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 8. Swamp (2:49) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 9. Push Through (4:44) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 10. Convoy (4:44) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 11. To Galaxy (Extended) (7:04) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 12. Lasky’s Theme (3:55) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 13. Foreshadow (3:34) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 14. Cloud City (4:35) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 15. This Armour (4:47) - Composed and Produced by Neil Davidge 16. Intruders (3:39) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 17. Mantis (4:02) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 18. Sacrifice (3:02) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi 19. Never Forget (Midnight Version) (4:37) - Composed by Martin O Donnell and Michael Salvatori 20. Majestic (2:12) - Composed by Kazuma Jinnouchi We could always use more Halo music!
  9. This piece of music featured in the 343 industries lates sparkcast but get a better listen of it here in the video, i personally am not sure if i like this cant really give a proper opinion of it yet, but what do you guys think http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKMRY9CEegc&feature=context-gfa
  10. So i wanted to start a thread on the score to Halo 4 and what potentials Halo 5 could hold. I know there are mixed emotions regarding Halo 4's soundtrack. Me personally i like some elements and some not so much. There are only a couple of pieces for me that are really memorable. I think the soundtrack to Halo 4 stands for what it was meant to, which is to give an identity to the unique and awesome nature of the Forerunners. It feels alien and has the techy feel to match it. That being said it has nothing nearly as memorable as Breaking Benjamins Blow Me Away, or Reach's, soaring anthem. I would like to see a re-imagining if you will of how Bungie approached the soundtrack to Halo 2. Bring in some bands again to really dig in and give it some meat. Those were songs written by fans of the game. People who really enjoyed the story and just plain got it. I kno wthat 343 really wanted to create this large epic movie styled story, but for me there was no music in game that really got me pumped. That made me want to jump off my couch and be all like "hell yeah" take that you split lipped ba$&*rd$. Sound off marines.
  11. Where are the amazing tracks that were not on the cd? is there any way i can find them, an example is the music playing when you are running around the end of the 3rd level. This is very upsetting when the most alien and ambient music on the game is not available. //ragequite
  12. As the tittle says, what's your favorite soundtrack in Halo 4? Mine are 117, Arrival and To Galaxy.
  13. Hey there, I have the Halo 4 Special Edition Soundtrack Box Set. I have a question though; I inserted the first disk that comes in the Making Of Halo 4 Music book -the Didact symbol disk, into itunes and it wanted to import, that's fine 'cause thats what I want it to do. My inquiry comes in when iTunes gives me a window that says that it has found multiple versions of the disk.. "Multiple matches were found online for this CD. Please choose the correct one." "Halo 4: Original Soundtrack (Standard Edition) - Neil Davidge OR "Halo 4 (Original Soundtrack) - Neil Davidge so, which one should I choose?? Or does it not matter? This particular disk holds 15 tracks.
  14. Awakening https://www.youtube....h?v=Z4jzASp7s2w Belly of the Beast https://www.youtube....h?v=z9kcw9bpxOI Requiem https://www.youtube....h?v=xXMRNdfyhWo Legacy https://www.youtube....h?v=V5NDbTjwpVk Faithless https://www.youtube....h?v=npMi1Il2n7w Haven https://www.youtube....h?v=r1RDvcfcs9o Nemesis https://www.youtube....h?v=-gCsP9dkkuI Ascendancy https://www.youtube....h?v=4YfFf***qZY Solace https://www.youtube....h?v=48F18IzQOJA To Galaxy https://www.youtube....h?v=PwuWTiGYLh0 Immaterial https://www.youtube....h?v=4M7VnF4qAo4 117 https://www.youtube....h?v=DCrL76vGpNA Arrival https://www.youtube....h?v=vqL5eu8DOgI Revival https://www.youtube....h?v=_u4gGB5AMMU Green and Blue https://www.youtube....h?v=B70lpTUyxAA
  15. I know i know another soundtrack Topic I havent seen this link around so ill make a topic about it but if it has been posted sorry You can listen to all 11 samples of the original soundtrack and Remixes here http://soundcloud.com/halo-waypoint
  16. This is a request, if you would like me as your official forum musician please post and cast your petition!! Samples: http://soundcloud.com/rafafernandez/feilds-of-eternity http://www.youtube.com/user/RDragonsSlayer16 By my mighty love of Halo and the epicness of this forum I hearby and forthwith declare my hopes and promises to you. I seek to become ever more powerful and skilled in the art of music. And would take requests on game releated cover songs. Maybe even 343.org would add a music player of some sort. For now this is Dragon Slayer signing off. Cast your vote and let your voice and the sounds of music be heard!!!
  17. What do you think Halo 4 music should sound like
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