YouTube user timerider4 has posted a series of videos on Stubbs the Zombie. Since the partial Insane walkthrough we were hosting has gone missing, I've substituted these.
NOTICE; I am still in process of writing/arranging this piece, I will have it up in possibly a week please be patient. :)
So after a few months of inactivity, I might as well submit a score I have been making for quite sometime. This is the Halo 3; Ark suite for full orchestra. The suite is a multi - movement piece I have created for well; full orchestra. :) enjoy~
Durration; 7 minutes
Make them Pay
Behold, A Pale white horse
This behind-the-scenes video on the development of Myth appeared on a MacAddict disc in 1997. It looks mostly at work to record voice actors, even including a scene where Bungie founder Jason Jones gives dwarven line-readings to Rob O'Donnell, the voice of the Surly Dwarf, father of Marty O'Donnell, one half of the composing team of O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori that produced the soundtracks to both the Myth and Halo series of games developed by Bungie.
Released in 1997, 2012 will mark the 15th anniversary of Myth.
I put up a video on youtube if you guys are interested. Have a look and tell me what you think! It is my transcription of Ashes from the Halo Reach Soundtrack. This is the updated version and you can find the new sheet music by clicking on the link below.
will someone please do this song from the halo legends soundtrack!! it sounds epic i know the key is d major but thats it :( if anyone needs help i have some rough parts the beginning tune is a d,b,d,b,c#,b,d,b,d,b,e,b for the right hand and in the left plays a b for the first hold then another b then a (b and d) into a (a & d) then g# and e into a g and e thats all the left hand up to the part where high strings come in please help someone!!!!!!!!!!
Just a short note: the image gallery that accompanies the Cortana podcast episode posted yesterday is also now up, for all those people who (like me) don't yet have their copies of ODST and are still trying to avoid spoilers.
The next episode, Halo, will be out as soon as possible although I do expect more people will be interested in ODST for the foreseeable future. An episode covering ODST is also planned, Coming Soon™.
There were those who said it couldn't be done. There were those who said it shouldn't be done.
What are they to say now?
Probably something along the lines of "you're insane" because that's a bit how I feel right now dropping a whopping two hours and twenty-four minutes of Anger, Sadness and Envy covering the Halo 3 campaign level "The Covenant" in its entirety.
Blackstar of Blackstar Productions and Narcogen of Bungie fansite Rampancy.net cover from beginning to end, "The Covenant" level of Halo 3, discussing art, gameplay, story, and comparisons to Halo 1.
I'll admit it, we're between a rock and a hard place here.
The rock is the backlog of Anger, Sadness & Envy podcast episodes covering the latter half of The Ark, plus the last three levels of Halo 3: The Covenant, Cortana, and Halo.
The proverbial hard place is the quickly approaching release of Halo 3: ODST taking place now in less than three weeks, at which point it's logical to assume that the community's focus will understandably shift to the new game. Of course we're also looking forward to the new game.
Blackstar of Blackstar Productions and Narcogen of Bungie fansite Rampancy.net cover the second half of "The Ark" level from Halo 3, discussing art, gameplay, story, and comparisons to Halo 1.
A camrip from Halo's debut at MacWorld in New York in June 1999. This version in particular records the audience reaction.