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Inon Zur and the Fallout 4 Score

Behind the Score with Inon Zur on Bethesda.net talks with the composer about his soundtrack for Fallout 4, Bethesda's upcoming RPG sequel. Zur discusses his influences and how the score for the new game will differ from its predecessors. There are also sample tracks as well as a video of him playing the Fallout 4 theme on piano. Here's a bit:
But what specifically does that mean in terms of the Fallout 4 score? And how is it different from previous Fallout scores? For Zur, it’s about capturing the humanity of the game. From his first meeting with Audio Director Mark Lampert and Game Director Todd Howard, Zur felt that this game – more than any previous Fallout – is a very personal story. Which is why Zur suggested having the piano play a prominent role in the game’s score, as he felt the piano could capture the more personal nature of Fallout 4.

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4. Re: Inon Zur and the Fallout 4 Score Sep 23, 2015, 13:10 PHJF
 
Soapy orchestral score? Skyrim? Are you some kind of massive dolt? 90% of Skyrim's OST is ambient, exactly the kind of music suited to the game.  
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