Meet the Composers: Sean Murray
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- Apr 5, 2011
The composer of Call of Duty: Black Ops goes in depth about his composition process, his favorite composers, and the smell of an old guitar.
So Sean it must of been a real streach to compose the score for a game whose single player lasts five minutes.
WaW's music was probably my favorite. I loved the dark, gritty music that played during the Russian campaign. In both WaW and BO, I am obsessed with the background music in multi-player. My all time favorite is the Spawn Tension theme that played on some of the Red Army vs. Nazi maps. This is the one I'm talking about ==> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAmjZIATEz0