GDC: Behind the Music of DOOM with Mick Gordon
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GDC: Behind the Music of DOOM with Mick Gordon
23 August, 2017
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What is your favorite part of the latest DOOM? Guns? Explosions? All that hell? Yeah, we love all those parts, but there’s something special to add. Music by Mick Gordon. This composer is the guy that lights up Bethesda’s games with unstoppable tunes. Just listen to his version of “The Partisan” from Wolfenstein: Old Blood or watch him rock the Game Awards 2016 with a DOOM song:

The GDC team shared another 2017 session, featuring Doom composer providing a detailed look into the compositional process, production techniques and creative philosophies behind the hell-raising soundtrack to the 4th installment of the seminal first-person shooter franchise.

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