Games with music by Jeremy Soule27votes I like it
Tallima says: After Secrets of Evermore in 1995, he did a series of children's games before working on this big project in '97 with Chris Taylor (Dungeon Siege designer). He was only 23. The first major review's first sentence was about the orchestral score.
Tallima says: Jeremy Soule returns to write beautiful music for this "sequel" to the first Total Annihilation game. Finished up in 1999, he doesn't win Best Music this year...
Tallima says: ...but he does win GameSpot's Best Music and Best Use of Sound for this classic title in the following year.
Tallima says: 2000 was a busy year for Jeremey Soule. He also releases the complete soundtrack of this classic gem.
Tallima says: After working on Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance and Dungeon Siege (to name a few), Soule visits this Bioware classic in 2002. His score here is remarkably trumped by another score he produced just a little earlier in the year: Morrowind.
Tallima says: Soule took Williams' work and made it new again by taking SW themes and putting them into a new time period. Especially difficult was using just an 8Mbps MIDI system and faking an entire orchestra by only hearing a few instruments at a time.
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