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Star Wars: KotOR

Саундтрек из Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Оригинальная музыка в игре Джереми Соула (Jeremy Soule)




  1. Startup Screen
  2. Main Theme
  3. The Old Republic
  4. Taris Upper City
  5. Apartments
  6. Sith Guard Encounter
  7. Taris Lower City
  8. Javyar's Cantina
  9. Taris Sewers
  10. Rakghoul Attack
  11. The Black Vulkars
  12. Bastila Shan
  13. The Leviathan
  14. Pazaak
  15. Inside the Sith Base
  16. Battle at Davik's Estate
  17. Arrival at Dantooine
  18. The Jedi Academy
  19. Dantooine Outback
  20. Mandalorian Battle
  21. Kinrath Cave
  22. Ancient Ruins
  23. Guard Droids
  24. Tatooine
  25. Anchorhead Street Fight
  26. Tatooine Dune Sea
  27. Desert Wraid Attack
  28. Tusken Enclave
  29. Sand People Ambush
  30. Czerka Corporation
  31. Ahto City
  32. Ahto Sith Battle
  33. Hrakert Station
  34. Selkath Fight
  35. Kashyyyk
  36. The Shadowlands
  37. Confronting Darth Bandon
  38. Korriban Sith Academy
  39. Uthar Wynn's Trials
  40. Captured by the Leviathan
  41. Darth Malak
  42. The Unknown World
  43. Rancor Battle
  44. The Temple
  45. Last Chance
  46. Aboard the Starforge
  47. The Sith
  48. The Last Confrontation
  49. Finale & End Credits

Музыка в игре

One of the most important elements in the Star Wars films is the music. In 1977, when those famous words: «A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away....» faded down, the people in the audience were blasted away by the first thunderous notes of John Williams' epic score. Movie music hasn't been the same since.

It is that feeling that we want people to experience when playing Star Wars®: Knights of the Old Republic™ the feeling of good and evil, the epic struggle, and an adventure that everyone can somehow relate to, even though it takes place in a time and universe that they can only dream about.

Our first task was to pick a composer that understood how to compose exciting music for a video game, but could also create an epic score that's worthy of most films, and, oh yeah, it needed to be Star Wars. We made our choice to go with Jeremy Soule back in March of 2002, just as the team was crunching for the E3 video game convention of that year. Jeremy was eager to get started, and we wanted to get some of his original music in the game for the show. The decision was made to have Jeremy score the two cutscenes that would be used in the demo, and he began work immediately. Those were the first two pieces of music that were created, and the results were exactly what we had hoped for: an epic score, worthy of the Star Wars movies.

The next several months were spent getting familiar with the game, and understanding what the story was about: who were the heroes, and who were the villains. The first bits of music were delivered in October 2002. These deliveries consisted of the main themes for characters and organizations». We wanted to establish some of these important themes with the player very early, and be able to draw on them throughout the remaining pieces of music, as well as the cutscenes.

Over the next 2 months, the themes for each area in the game and the accompanying combat music were delivered and integrated into the game. At this point in late 2002, we were able to see the visuals and music come together, and we all realized that we had done something particularly special.

After it's all said and done, Jeremy will have created 50 different pieces of music for the game, as well as scoring an additional 54 cutscenes, for a grand total of 90 minutes of new music. This is easily the largest original score ever created for a Star Wars game, and the results are fantastic.

In the Downloads area of this site, you will be able to find the first in a limited release of music for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. We hope that you enjoy this first «listen» to our new galaxy far, far away.

Jeremy Soule

A critically acclaimed composer and musician, Jeremy Soule heads Artistry Entertainment, a distinguished leader in music production for the interactive entertainment industry. According to 2002 figures furnished by www.NPD.com, Artistry Entertainment is the most distributed provider of original «film-quality» music for the games industry. This accomplishment includes over ten major releases and as many as six top-sellers composed for five of the world's largest publishers.

Jeremy's award-winning, orchestral soundtracks have elevated the standard of music in the interactive entertainment industry to a level previously limited to the motion picture genre. His dynamic compositions reveal a natural ability to create powerful and engaging music using both fine instruments as well as an unsurpassed, proprietary library of synthesizers that successfully emulates the sound and feel of a 100-piece orchestra. Soule's creativity, technological expertise and cutting-edge approach to composition has placed him at the top of the composer A-list in the entertainment software industry, and his work has been applauded time and time again by some of the world's most prominent music and entertainment industry professionals.

Most recently, Jeremy's score for The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind was nominated for «Game Soundtrack of the Year» in Game Industry News (www.gameindustry.com). Soule also created the original score for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets for EA, which won the IGN 2002 award for Best Adventure Game.» In February, four titles featuring soundtracks created by Soule were announced as finalists in the 2002 Interactive Achievement Awards, sponsored by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. These titles garnered a total of eight nominations in several categories, including «PC Game of the Year,» «PC RPG of the Year,» «Family PC Game of the Year,» «Outstanding Achievement in Game Design,» «Innovation in PC Gaming» and «Outstanding Achievement in Original Musical Composition.»

Озвучивание героев

Jennifer Hale / Bastila Shan

A seasoned actress in film, television and theater, Jennifer also has voice work experience in animations such as The Prom Queens, Mighty Ducks, Spiderman and Power Puff Girls and video games including X-Men and X2, Technu: Wrath of Heaven and Eternal Darkness. In Star Wars®: Knights of the Old Republic™ she plays Bastila, a character who is skilled in the rare art of Battle Meditation, and key to the Republic's plans for defeating the Sith.

Raphael Sbarge / Carth Onasi

Raphael began his theatrical career at the age of four on Sesame Street. Since then he has been in five Broadway productions as well as television and film projects like A Streetcar Named Desire and Pearl Harbor. Currently he is starring as Jake Straka in CBS' sleeper hit, The Guardian. In the game, he will play Carth, a veteran soldier and skilled pilot who has been drawn into the latest Sith conflict for very personal reasons.

Phil LaMarr / Gadon Thek

After gaining improvisational experience with such groups as The Purple Crayon, The Second City, The Improv-Olympic and The Groundlings, Phil made steady performances on TV shows like Mad TV and animated series including Futurama and King of the Hill. On the big screen he has appeared in several movies including Pulp Fiction. In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, he will play Gadon, the leader of one of Taris' lower city gangs who can be an important ally if properly motivated.

Ethan Phillips / Mercenary

Ethan has appeared in several TV-movies as well as in Broadway and off-Broadway productions, and is best known as the Talaxian called Neelix on Star Trek: Voyager. He played several characters in LucasArts' Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds. In this game, he will be a mercenary who is stuck in the underwater world of Manaan.

Ed Asner / Master Vrook

Ed won five Emmy awards for portraying the character of Mary Tyler Moore's boss Lou Grant in The Mary Tyler Moore Show, and a crusading newspaperman for the spin-off series Lou Grant. He also was a two-term president of the Screen Actors Guild. Today, his career is still strong with starring roles in many modern movies including A Christmas Carol, The Bachelor and The Animal. In Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic he will play Master Vrook, a senior member of the Jedi council on Dantooine who is well respected among pupils and teachers alike.