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Friday, June 05, 2009

Moviestorm - sounds good!

Earlier this week, we alluded somewhat cryptically to a mystery third content pack that we’d be releasing after Moviestorm 1.1.6 goes live.  Now I have to hang my head in shame, and confess to you all that we lied.

We will, in fact, be releasing four additional content packs. 

We’ve teamed up with award-winning musicians Bob and Barn, who’ve been providing music for games, film, television and multimedia projects for nearly ten years.  They’ve done music for Broken Sword III, Medievil, Bionicle, Frogger, and Primal, as well as commercials for, among others, McDonalds.

Here’s what they say about themselves:

If you’re new to the whole ‘Bob & Barn experience’, I wouldn’t be surprised if your first question was ‘just who the hell are Bob & Barn’ and maybe the second would be ‘just what kind of name of a company IS Bob & Barn’. Well, let me answer these 2 important issues. Bob & Barn are the nicknames of Paul ‘Bob’ Arnold and Andrew ‘Barn’ Barnabas, a couple of affable chaps who’ve been writing music professionally and involved in all manner of sound related paraphernalia since 1990. Formerly heads of audio, music directors etc. of various emminent institutions - Sony being one of them, they left the convenience of corporations and formed a ‘sound company for the new millennium’ in 2001. With a heady combination of passion, single mindedness in increasing recognition and importance of video game soundtracks, tech savvy, business acumen and a keen sense of fun and “not taking ourselves too seriously” they’ve managed to carve an egg shaped niche into the heart of the media world.

They’re providing four packs of music that you can use in your Moviestorm movies, completely royalty-free and fully licensed.  The 275+ tracks range from full orchestral pieces to electronica, jazz, funk, TV jingles, and more, suitable for many different types of movie. We’ll be shipping these packs a few weeks after the release of Moviestorm 1.1.6, which is slated for the end of June.  More details on exact release dates and pricing to follow.

But that’s enough words. Listen to the music.


(2) Comments | Permalink | Posted by Matt Kelland

Phil Rice on 06/05 at 06:23 AM

Wow, a great idea! I knew you’d get to music eventually, but thought it would be much later than this. The quality / variety sounds wonderful!

(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 07/25 at 09:13 PM

dats cool but wat i realy want is wepoans

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