WonderCon@Home: Hear From The Award-Winning Composers Behind Popular Video Games
Whether or not you play a lot of video games, chances are you enjoy music from video games. It’s soothing, helps you concentrate, and isn’t distracting, basically the perfect background music for working from home. Now you’ll have a chance to participate in a virtual discussion with featured composers behind some of the most popular video games today. On Friday, March 26, at 1:00 pm PT at…
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I played and finished the free Outriders demo. It’s not the first RPG that I’ve played “between Dragon Ages,” but Inon Zur scored this game and you can really feel it.
Credit: Screenshot provided by Confessor
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Cavern Combat High is stuck in my head... again
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me mindin my own business listening to my own playlists :)
me, stopping dead in my tracks when dragon age origins title menu track comes on :0 >:C :’o :’’’D
Song List 0446 - The Guy Who Didn't Like Musicals - Show Stoppin Number; 0447 - Prince of Persia - A Fight of Light & Darkness; 0448 - Journey - The Road of Trials
This is 2020′s ...
.... and I've prepared something for the occasion :)
While the current year is leaving many people with lots to be desired and sometimes it felt like everything went against the grain ...
“(...) Czymże jest ziarnko piasku na pustyni?
Ziarnko piasku podczas burzy? (...)”
“(...)” What is one grain of sand in the desert?
One grain amongst the storm? (...)”
... I’m pretty positive that the next one will turn out for the better.
And to judge if it will (or not) the whole year has to pass. So see you next year! :)
Song List 0445
Song List 0449
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INON ZUR Q&A STARTING SOON
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We have a fan Q&A set up with Inon Zur, composer for Origins and DA2, tomorrow! 🎶 What do you want us to ask? Send us your questions via ask or in the comments of this post and we’ll be sure to credit your handle!
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Inon Zur, the Emmy-award winning and BAFTA-nominated composer returns for #DragonAgeDay 2020!
Inon will be generously donating signed items, as well as some exciting to-be-announced rewards for this year’s Tiltify campaign to benefit the NAACP Legal Defense Fund!
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listening to 76's main theme makes me feel so? nostalgic. like the steel dawn and wastelander ones are/were nice, but the main theme really was lovely.
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This track is so beautiful
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Syberia: The World Before | Elegia by Inon Zur
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Fallout music just hits different
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Massive shout out to the epilogue music from Fallout 3/New Vegas by Inon Zur.
It just makes everything you did feel like part of this massive mythological saga.
With the ‘Nyyyyeeeaaahhhhduuuhhhh....nuhhhhhhhduhhhh....dooo dooo dooo doooooooooo...’
It just sounds so solemn yet hopeful, y'know?
I’ve loved Trevor Morris ever since he did the Pillars of the Earth soundtrack. Amazeballs composer-
but I miss Inon Zur. Inquisition felt too different (to me) without those signature musical motifs.
Fallout 4's ambient soundtrack is so good, holy shit
the music in the Fade in Dragon Age Origins is honestly amazing
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I don't think I've ever seen anyone bring this up, but has anyone noticed how some of Maryden's bard songs are referencing pieces of music from elsewhere in the Dragon Age series?
Rise = Main Menu Theme from Dragon Age Origins
I Am The One = the end credits for Dragon Age Origins (which is also called I Am The One)
Maker = Dragon Age Inquisition theme
Empress Of Fire = Orlais theme
Nightingale's Eyes = the theme from Leliana's Song DLC for DAO (also Fire Dance by Inon Zur)
Samson's Tale = I don't think it's on any official soundtrack, but the same melody can be heard when traveling in the Hinterlands or Stormcoast
Oh, Grey Warden = Maybe I'm imagining it but it sounds kinda like the music that plays when the Warden arrives at Ostagar with Duncan
Let me know if there's any ones I missed!
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Inon Zur really doesn’t get enough credit, not just in general, but specifically for his work on Fallout. The man created the series theme for a franchise that, prior to the third game, had no single unifying melody. And now, every time you hear this leitmotif in whatever comes next, you can trace it back to this tune.
Fallout 76 mixes this track into the town themes of places like Foundation, and even in the epic boss battle music, just as Fallout 4 did. And quite frankly, whenever you’re in a big fight and a series’ signature sound kicks in, you know you’re in for a great moment in gaming.
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