Halo |OT3| Remember Reach?

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Good games everyone. I just got disconnected for some reason. Every game of BTB I've played with GAFfers results in me getting disconnected about 20 seconds in. I have no NAT problems, so I have no clue why that happens.

Had fun though, might be on later.
 

Stinkles

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I just ripped the entire Halo 4 soundtrack to a more portable format from the GIANT uncompressed files. Right now it's about 100 tracks of stuff. Obviously the OST will be way less than that, given variants and vignettes. We have an opportunity to work with some VERY amazing electronic musicians and one or two vocalists to do a second disc of remixes the OST disc would be 'pure' to avoid breaking any Benjamins. But I think it would be pretty badass.


But goddamn does Neil Davidge have good taste in 'instruments.' there are some sounds in this that I just can't stop getting goosebumps from. Especially given the fictional context for some of these moments.

We listen to these tracks on Mackie studio monitors and the amount of detail is absolutely insane. When I think about these getting jammed through stereo speakers on a TV (including mine in one room) I sob a little.
 
Jan 16, 2011
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I just ripped the entire Halo 4 soundtrack to a more portable format from the GIANT uncompressed files. Right now it's about 100 tracks of stuff. Obviously the OST will be way less than that, given variants and vignettes. We have an opportunity to work with some VERY amazing electronic musicians and one or two vocalists to do a second disc of remixes the OST disc would be 'pure' to avoid breaking any Benjamins. But I think it would be pretty badass.


But goddamn does Neil Davidge have good taste in 'instruments.' there are some sounds in this that I just can't stop getting goosebumps from. Especially given the fictional context for some of these moments.

We listen to these tracks on Mackie studio monitors and the amount of detail is absolutely insane. When I think about these getting jammed through stereo speakers on a TV (including mine in one room) I sob a little.
 
Feb 27, 2011
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But goddamn does Neil Davidge have good taste in 'instruments.' there are some sounds in this that I just can't stop getting goosebumps from. Especially given the fictional context for some of these moments.
Can't wait to listen to it!

I don't see many lead changes to follow. So without further ado I present Elzar with the biggest loudest amount of bullshit award...congrats.

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I did do [B]a lot [/B] of bullshitting, thanks for tolerating me, all of you guys.

Love Elzar
 
I just ripped the entire Halo 4 soundtrack to a more portable format from the GIANT uncompressed files. Right now it's about 100 tracks of stuff. Obviously the OST will be way less than that, given variants and vignettes. We have an opportunity to work with some VERY amazing electronic musicians and one or two vocalists to do a second disc of remixes the OST disc would be 'pure' to avoid breaking any Benjamins. But I think it would be pretty badass.


But goddamn does Neil Davidge have good taste in 'instruments.' there are some sounds in this that I just can't stop getting goosebumps from. Especially given the fictional context for some of these moments.

We listen to these tracks on Mackie studio monitors and the amount of detail is absolutely insane. When I think about these getting jammed through stereo speakers on a TV (including mine in one room) I sob a little.
You're not nice.

/jelly

Didn't even make the wall of shame, am disappoint.
 
I just ripped the entire Halo 4 soundtrack to a more portable format from the GIANT uncompressed files. Right now it's about 100 tracks of stuff. Obviously the OST will be way less than that, given variants and vignettes. We have an opportunity to work with some VERY amazing electronic musicians and one or two vocalists to do a second disc of remixes the OST disc would be 'pure' to avoid breaking any Benjamins. But I think it would be pretty badass.


But goddamn does Neil Davidge have good taste in 'instruments.' there are some sounds in this that I just can't stop getting goosebumps from. Especially given the fictional context for some of these moments.

We listen to these tracks on Mackie studio monitors and the amount of detail is absolutely insane. When I think about these getting jammed through stereo speakers on a TV (including mine in one room) I sob a little.
This is the only gif I have at the moment. Sorry if it doesn't fit
 

Stinkles

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I'm going to name my daughter Cortana.

Srs.
Cortana is named after a legendary sword made from the same metal as that of Roland's Durandal and 'Joyeuse' of Charlemagne (and Mo Ye is another legendary sword from the haloverse) but the real spelling is Curtana, although as a fake girl's name, that is maybe less pretty. 'Joyeuse' would be a pretty name for a girl. But hard to spell.
 
Feb 27, 2011
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Cortana is named after a legendary sword made from the same metal as that of Roland's Durandal and 'Joyeus'e of Charlemagne ( and Mo Ye is another legendary sword from the haloverse) but the real spelling is Curtana, although as a fake girl's name, that is maybe less pretty. 'Joyeuse' would be a pretty name for a girl. But hard to spell.
On that note my middle name is actually sabre, true story. Now, no more facts about me.
 
Jan 14, 2012
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Cortana is named after a legendary sword made from the same metal as that of Roland's Durandal and 'Joyeuse' of Charlemagne (and Mo Ye is another legendary sword from the haloverse) but the real spelling is Curtana, although as a fake girl's name, that is maybe less pretty. 'Joyeuse' would be a pretty name for a girl. But hard to spell.
Not to mention hard to pronounce. It's something like Shwi-use (assuming French)?