The Witcher music composers recommend their games

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The Wolf I will follow into the storm, to find your heart it’s passion displaced


We have a great privilege and honor to share with you three exceptional game collections prepared by the composers behind The Witcher series. Each one of them has a different musical background, represents a different style, and uses a diverse instrument cast. At the same time, there is something they have in common – the language of perfect harmony and balance in music.

Remember the silky sounds of The Wolf and the Swallow by Mikołaj Stroiński or sublime The Fields Of Ard Skellig by Marcin Przybyłowicz? You can hear both tracks in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. What about the mysterious Dusk of the Northern Kingdom by Adam Skorupa? That’s from the Witcher: Enhanced Edition.

Check out some of their credits (not only for The Witcher games) in these three collections:

– Collection by Adam Skorupa vel Scorpik
– Collection by Mikołaj Stroiński
– Collection by Marcin Przybyłowicz

Adam Skorupa
One of the most recognizable and awarded Polish composers and sound effect designers. He started composing in 1990 and was an active demoscene contributor, known as Scorpik. In 1997 Adam founded Aural Planet – one of the first Polish electronic music bands focusing on ambient/trance. In 2007 was awarded by IGN for best original video game music to the first part of The Witcher trilogy. He specializes in the comprehensive development of music and sound effects for video games, advertisement spots, and films.

Mikołaj Stroiński
Born in Nairobi, lived in Warsaw (where he grew up), Katowice (where he graduated from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music), Boston (where he graduated from the Berklee College of Music) and, ultimately, he made Los Angeles his home where he writes and produces music in his own studio. He very much appreciates …read more

Source:: GOG – Good Old Games


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