Bear McCreary scores Dark Void for CAPCOM

Posted on May 21, 2009 by Dan Goldwasser



Earlier this year, composer Bear McCreary recorded his score for the upcoming Capcom video game, Dark Void.

Conducting a total combined 63-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony (strings separate from woodwinds and brass, separate from percussion), the music was bold and brash, and gave McCreary a chance to show off a different side of his compositional skills.


Bear McCreary conducts Dark Void


The French horns


The woodwinds

Orchestrator Brandon Roberts and scoring mixer Steve Kaplan were on hand in the booth to lend feedback.


Orchestrator Brandon Roberts and scoring mixer Steve Kaplan

With around 100 minutes of music, Dark Void will be released later this year. A soundtrack album will be forthcoming from Sumthing Else Music Works.

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Related Composers: Bear McCreary

Related Movies: Dark Void (2009) [Video Game]

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