I love the combination of Lennie Moore’s 70s funk score for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive next to Austin Wintory’s new music for Assassins’ Creed Syndicate. They’re both so great and soooooo different!
I met Lennie a couple years ago here in Minneapolis. He came to do a symposium at McNally-Smith College of Music along with the American Composers Forum. In addition to his talents as a composer, Lennie is a computer nerd. BIG TIME. So he and I chatted about a software program called Wwise, which will be available later as video bonus content. We also spoke about his ridiculously fun and great music for Counter-Strike: GO.
I’ve met Austin a time or two as well, and we’ve done interviews over the years about his music for Journey and Monaco. He wrote music for the new Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, a game that takes place in Victorian London. He took the sound of the game in a very new direction for the series, and it was neat to hear his thoughts on why it works so well.
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Sam, Emily and June