‘Anthem’ Composer Sarah Schachner Talks Composing For Video Games and That Game Awards Performance! | Twinfinite

But it’s more than just the appearance of Anthem’s world that makes it so compelling. It has a palpable atmosphere that really draws you into the mystery of its sci-fi meets fantasy aesthetic, and for me, that’s in no small part due to a superb musical score. – Alex Gibson, Twinfinite

As an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and modular synth artist/programmer, critically-acclaimed Composer Sarah Schachner who many know from her Call Of Duty and Assassin’s Creed game scores talks to Twinfinite about her Anthem video game score (out now on Lakeshore Records and EA Games), one of the most exciting game music releases of the year! Even if you haven’t played the multi-player role playing game developed by game titans BioWare and Electronic Arts (EA), just know the music has been praised by critics for its cinematic, world-building composition, right in that sweet spot for film music fans.

Senior Editor Alex Gibson jumped at the chance to interview Sarah and you can check out the full story now at Twinfinite!

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Listen]

Anthem, from its inception, has always been something that we wanted to be very different from a Dragon Age or Mass Effect or even Baldur’s Gate.” It began, he says, with a question: “How do you tell a story, how do you have an amazing game, in a cooperative space where your friends are telling the story with you?”

Play Anthem now at Anthem online.

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