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Dhruin September 7th, 2012 08:08

Of Orcs and Men - Behind the Music
Focus has released a video that showcases the creation of the soundtrack for Of Orcs and Men. Here's the press release with the link at the end:


We are pleased to unveil, through a superb video, the making-of the original soundtrack of Of Orcs and Men, the role-playing game jointly created by Spiders (Direction and Development) and Cyanide (Concept).

Of Orcs and Men benefits from music composed by Olivier Deriviere (Alone in the Dark, Obscure) and performed by the talented Boston Cello Quartet, a quartet of cellists from the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Through this video playing music from the game, discover the different steps of the musical production: from the musicians discovering the game, to recording the score and the final implementation in the game. The video is punctuated by in-game sequences.

More than 20 original tracks have been created for the game, with the ambition of perfectly complementing the dark-fantasy universe of Of Orcs and Men.

The Original Soundtrack for Of Orcs and Men is already available for download on iTunes and Amazon, as well as in CD version.

Of Orcs and Men will be released on Xbox 360®, PlayStation®3 and PC mid-October 2012.

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Dajjer September 7th, 2012 08:08

Sounds good.

I have to admit that gaming music has really broadened my musical interests. Orc's chamber type music (sorta like Arcanum) is definitely going to give this game a different feel.

If both Orcs and Dishonored come out in Oct, I am going to be one busy gamer.

Vitirr September 9th, 2012 20:41

Something different to the typical bombastic epic music that EVERY game must have nowadays. The change is really apreciated.

Interest in the game increasing.

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