Friday, November 18, 2011

Far East Faves! with Steve Burke (Ep. 35)

Episode 35 - Far East Faves

Composer Steve Burke (Kameo: Elements of Power) joins and Helen San returns to talk Far East favorites from the last decade. Additionally, Steve talks about writing music and recording soundeffects for the Xbox Live avatar menu, the crew hits on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 VS Battlefield 3, Contagion and, yes, Hanna.



Episode Highlights

00:31 — Intros and Welcomes
02:22 — Menus, Avatars, and Burps
10:11 — Fusion Genesis soundtrack in the wild
13:08 — WHYBLT? (What Have You Been Listening To?)
16:20 — WHYBLT? - Modern Warfare 3 VS Battlefield 3
25:33 — WHYBLT? - Uncharted 3 verus its predecessors
30:33 — WHYBLT? - Cliff's Contagion and Hanna's back
39:15 — Main Discussion:  Far East Faves by Richard Buxton
65:33 — Conclusion


Select Music

00:00 — "Beyond The River" (Red Cliff Part 1) by Taro Iwashiro
01:45 — "AvatarsTheme" (Xbox360_Kinect) by Steve Burke
04:10 — "AvatarsTheme" (Xbox360 NXE Nov2008) by Steve Burke
10:14 — "Shadowrift" (Fusion Genesis) by Steve Burke
13:43 — "Angry Birds Main Theme" (The Greatest Video Game Music) by London Phil. Orchestra
16:22 — "Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Main Theme" (Modern Warfare 3) by Brian Tyler
17:06 — "Battlefield 3 Main Theme" (Battlefield 3) by Johan Skugge & Jukka Rintamaki
24:23 — "Rum Diary" (The Rum Diary) by Christopher Young
25:43 — "07 - Badlands" (Unchared 3) by Greg Edmonson
29:30 — "Entering the Cathedral" (El Gran Milagro) by Mark McKenzie
30:41 — "They're Calling My Flight" (Contagion) by Cliff Martinez
51:13 — "The Echo Game" (House of Flying Daggers) Shigeru Umebayashi
53:02 — "Night Fight" (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) by Tan Dun
55:16 — "For The World - Theme Music" (Hero) by Tan Dun
57:08 — "Sayuri's Theme" (Memoirs of a Geisha) by John Williams
59:38 — "Love and Honor 1" (Yoji Yamada and Isao Tomita: Best Selection) by Isao Tomita
62:45 — "初恋抄"(Semishigure/ The Samurai I Loved) by Taro Iwashiro
67:03 — "Twilight Samurai 1" (Yoji Yamada and Isao Tomita: Best Selection) by Isao Tomita




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