1. Christopher Lennertz Scores 'Quantum of Solace' Game

    By Athena Stamos on 2008-11-05
    'Quantum of Solace' Game Box Art

    Quantum of Solace

    As many 007 gamers may already have discovered while playing the newly released Activision James Bond game Quantum of Solace, composer Christopher Lennertz has returned to compose the music.

    Lennertz, who also composed the music for the 2005 Electronic Arts (EA) Bond game From Russia with Love said: ‘It was an honor and a pleasure to continue my association with the Bond franchise.’ have posted a unique report of the scoring process for Quantum of Solace, which took place this past summer.

    With different elements recorded overseas, the Capitol Records Building in Los Angeles and at Lennertz’s own Sonic Fuel studios, it was key to making sure everything mixed together perfectly. View the entire report online:

    Scoring Quantum of Solace

    Lennertz concluded: ‘After scoring for the legendary Sean Connery, to be able to continue with the modern 007 and lend my music to the exploits of Daniel Craig is another thrill for me. The music turned out amazing, and the game is fantastic, so pour yourself a shaken martini and play it again and again…and turn it up!’

    Quantum of Solace is currently available on all platforms in the UK and US.

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