Executive Producer for SCEA / Head of Music: Chuck Doud Score Produced by Henry Jackman & Jonathan Mayer Associate Music Producer: Scott Hanau Orchestation by Stephen Coleman Supervising Mix Engineer: Alan Meyerson Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson, Anthony Caruso, Joel Yarger & Marc Senasac Music Editing by Andrew Buresh, Anthony Caruso, Matt Levine, Ernest Johnson, Ted Kocher, Joel Yarger & Rob Goodson
Additional Music by Alex Belcher Soundtrack Mastered by Gavin Lurssen & Reuben Cohen at Lurssen Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Score Technicians: Maverick Dugger & Victor Olegovich Chaga Score Coordinator: Matthew K. Justman Music Recorded by Nick Wollage at Air Studios, London
ProTools Operator: Chris Barrett Assistant ProTools Operator: Adam Miller UK Music Preparation & Librarian: Jill Streater Orchestra Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestra Leader: Everton Nelson Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestra Contractor: Lucy Whalley Cellist: Caroline Dale
Sr. A&R Manager: Alex Hackford Sr. Manager, Music Affairs: Jason Swan Music Affairs Specialist: Justin Fields Sr. Music Department Coordinator: Vanessa Zamora Project Manager: Angelica Garde Music Department Assistant: Kerry Ryan Executive Producer for La-La Land Records: MV Gerhard & Matt Verboys Production Assistance: Frank K. DeWald
Special Thanks: Shuhei Yoshida, Scott Rohde, Richard Lee, David Murrant, Connie Booth, Grady Hunt, Sam Thompson, Neil Druckmann, Evan Wells, Christophe Balestra & Naughty Dog
Release date : 05/10/2016
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I am enjoying this last adventure on my PS4, and I'm only can say this is a fabulous work.
Best Henry Jackman score of the year, and sure one of his best.
The music kept the mistery feeling and sense of discover that Greg Edmonson brought to the series. Maybe less sound colourful or epic-adventure; this time is more personal touch to the script and the characters, mature music for a more mature adventure.
If you listen to the album probably can enjoy Jackman's work but the key is that music works fantastic in the in-game experience, and that's what really matter.
Great score! It works very well with the game and it can stand firmly on its own during the solo listening. It supports both the soft side of the story as well as those big emotional "bravado" moments. It's definitely darker and more grown up than the previous scores, but there are quite a few moments when it nods towards Edmonson's cues (and not just by variating and reusing his main theme) - it developes the musical approach without disconnecting it from the previous scores in the franchize.
Probably the only downside (and I am not saying it's the downside of the score :) ) is the amount of unused material - for example, the end of The Twelve Towers, Brother's Keeper, etc. It seems as if someone (Naughty Dog?) did some last minute changes and in the end edited together the replacement cues from parts of other cues.