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The IGN First series continues, today with a short video about perfecting the audio for Destiny 2. They sit down with Jay Weinland and Skye Lewin to discuss the things they are doing to make the improve the sounds in Destiny 2 while not straying to far from that Destiny feel. You can watch it embedded below:
The Bungie Store has also received a refreshed stock of loot that was available at PAX, so get while the getting's good!
If you missed the live Twitch stream discussing Destiny's sound design this morning, never fear, Bungie will have an archive up soon. Right now, though, you can watch their newest ViDoc - it's called 'The Sounds of Destiny', and it focuses on how the team built the soundscape that envelops you when you play the game. A fantastic watch!
Bungie has made the digital edition of The Taken King soundtrack available at the Bungie Store. It includes music from The Taken King obviously, as well as the music we heard during The Dark Below and House of Wolves. No news yet on when (or if) it will be available elsewhere, but it DOES come with Apple Lossless, FLAC, and MP3 formats, plus digital liner notes and an exclusive in-game emblem! Not too bad!
Marty O'Donnell and Michael Salvatori, as well as the Sledgehammer audio design team, answered questions on the G.A.N.G. awards Twitch stream after the 1:39 mark. There's some great questions and insight into their industry and field, as well as some specific thoughts on Destiny's (and Halo's) audio, and what exactly working with Paul McCartney meant to the team and the game.
The Game Awards were held last night (with a familiar composer in charge of the music) and Destiny managed to win two awards, Best Online Experience and Best Soundtrack! You can watch a replay of the event, or just see who the rest of the winners were.
The Bungie Weekly Update landed early today with the announcement of the long-awaited Destiny Original Soundtrack! You can grab it now from iTunes and the Update says that more information is coming next week about further availability. The full album (which I have yet to finish listening to) clocks in at over 2 hours, 18 minutes, which is right around the limit of a 2-CD set.
There's also an interview with Invigorate, the first clan to beat the Vault of Glass on hard mode, a mysterious coin hunt in the Tower, and another Mail Sack for your perusal.
In addition to today's ViDoc, Bungie has released a wealth of new Destiny content at various official pages: