Music4Games interviews Jeremy Soule

For years, Jeremy Soule has been the composer of choice for RPG developers. He's got some pretty illustrious titles under his belt, including TES IV: Oblivion, TES III: Morrowind, Dungeon Seige & Dungeon Seige II, and Knights of the Old Republic I & II.

Jayson Napolitano of Music4Games.net caught up with Jeremy recently and has done the work of transcribing the audio interview here. It's long and full of goodies for anyone who admires Jeremy's work or has aspirations of working in video game music.

I'd have to say my favourite Soule soundtrack is Morrowind, though there were some nice moments in KotoR, too. What's yours?

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