#1 - 2012/05/10 01:46:00 AM...and substitute my own:
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05/09/2012 07:17 PMPosted by ZarhymThis isn't just a "let the bodies hit the floor" game.
05/10/2012 12:41 PMPosted by TWRJust curious, I know that Bashiok made a post to the Collector's Edition to not open up the Art book or the Behind the Scenes DVD/Blu-ray, I live in the EDT time zone, is it okay to listen to the soundtrack (maybe, don't look at the titles?) I have to wait three hours until the servers go online :(
Some of the music I created for Diablo III definitely incorporates sound design elements. The main thing to remember is that in the end the world ambience and the music have to be able to work in concert to successfully create the mood of the game. In many cases I would have the world ambience file playing back in my music session and doing my composition with that as my back drop in order to facilitate the marriage of music and environment effects.
Enjoy the game. Play it, and play it. For me, that's where the music is meant to be heard.