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About Cpt_Marley

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    Musician
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    Alabama, USA
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    Music, games, Robert Pollard
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    Tractor and Lawn Sales
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  1. I think Tim Burton could do it, but there's always a risk of big things changing in the filming. As long as he keeps the film noir storyline, I'll be happy. But if we never hear anything about this anymore, I won't be surprised.
  2. I personally think Uematsu is VERY overrated. From what I've heard, he had no real formal education in music, and it shows in his work. Yes, most film composers take a lot from classical pieces, but they do it more in spirit. Uematsu very obviously borrows from Sergei Rachmaninoff, and not in spirit, but in rhythms, piano flares, etc. It's fun, and I'm not really saying it's bad. I just think he gets more credit than he deserves. Jack Wall, on the other hand, is probably the most unique game composer these days. Listen to his stuff for Myst 3 and be blown away. Likewise, I love Giacchino
  3. Figured I should post this here... I've found virtually no support at all for this, but I dusted off my copy of outlaws today, reinstalled, applied all the patches plus the D3D patches. It plays fine, but if for whatsoever reason when I'm in the game a-shootin' and a-carousin' and I hit escape and fix options, save, load, or anything, when I get back to the game, it runs for about 1 minute then abruptly crashes to the desktop. I'm running windows xp with a Geforce FX, 500+ MB of ram, etc etc. I have the video mode set to Direct3d hardware acceleration. I'm about to go mess around wit
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