Fallout 3 Soundtrack to Feature Award-Winning Composer Inon Zur

inonzurheadshot.jpg Bethesda has announced that award-winning composer Inon Zur has created the original soundtrack for Fallout 3. He has an extensive repertoire of scores composed for video games, Hollywood film trailers, network television productions, CGI movies, and symphony concerts. Most recently, Zur’s music has been featured on CBS’ “Breast Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side” TV webisode series and the Marvel Kids webisodes for “Iron Man”.

“We’ve wanted to work with Inon for a long time,” said Todd Howard executive producer of Fallout 3. “He brings so much to the table, in terms of his talent, background, and the music that’s influenced him. He’s created a score that has epic sweep; from the lonely ambience of the wasteland to dramatic fights for survival.”

You can listen to three of his original compositions for Fallout 3 at http://fallout.bethsoft.com/eng/downloads/music.html.

via Press Release

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3 Comments on Fallout 3 Soundtrack to Feature Award-Winning Composer Inon Zur

Rayna

On May 8, 2008 at 7:00 am

what the heck is with the crossed out breast in there? Is it supposed to be funny or just awkward out-of-context sexism? It *really* adds a touch of professionalism to the post.

Shawn Sines

On May 8, 2008 at 8:44 am

To be honest it’s an in-joke I guess. My wife always calls Ghost Whisperer the “Breast Whisperer” because whenever she sees a CBS promo they are showing Jennifer Love-Hewitt in her nightgown and seem to accentuate her assets over her acting.

Admittedly it might be sexist – but only when I say it, double standard of our society and all.

Tom

On November 1, 2008 at 8:50 pm

Get a life, Rayna (sounds like a stage name there…)