Inon Zur Interview

Interview with Fallout Composer, Inon Zur

At ThinkSpace Education, we have had the pleasure of speaking to video game composer, Inon Zur. He’s known for scoring the desolate wastelands of Fallout to gaming classics such as Prince of Persia. We talk about his relationships with video games and a favourite discussion amongst our students, what libraries and slaves Inon is using.

Watch the video below and tell us what you think in the comments!

Thanks, Inon!

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About the Author
Guy Michelmore

Guy Michelmore

Course Director Guy Michelmore is an award winning film composer. He has scored over 8 animated films for Marvel and over 200 episodes of TV for networks all over the world. He also has a detailed knowledge of sampled orchestration and contemporary techniques in film scoring.

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