Super Metroid Symphony album brings classic game's soundtrack up to date with virtual orchestra

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARCH 1ST 2013

'Super Metroid Symphony' (Joypad Records), orchestrated by the acclaimed Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra is an hour long, 30-track symphonic homage to the iconic music from Nintendo's classic video-game title, 'Super Metroid'.

Watch the trailers here "http://bit.ly/Z0iAWF" and here "http://bit.ly/ZhFSWH" (Approved to post)

Every second of music from the original game has been re-imagined and re-mastered using an ultra-realistic, virtual orchestra and the latest audio software. "Super Metroid Symphony'  builds on Kenji Yamamoto & Minako Hamano's original soundtrack and delivers the symphonic experience that this classic score deserves.

'Super Metroid Symphony' follows the BRSO's well received 'Video Game Orchestrations Volume 1' an d contains 30 pieces of music based on the original in-game soundtrack.

More information can be found on the album's website: http://metroidorchestra.com (approved to post). The album will be available for purchase March 19th 2013 to coincide with the 19th Anniversary of 'Super Metroid'. Digital downloads will be available from Loudr: http://blake.so/loudr (approved to post) and iTunes: http://blake.so/itunes (approved to post).

MORE ON THE ARTIST:

'The Blake Robinson Synthetic Orchestra', also known simply as 'The Synthetic Orchestra', is the pseudo-name for British video game music composer and orchestrator Blake Robinson, who has developed a substantial following online, primarily for his orchestrations, recreations and remixes of popular video game music. His website can be found at http://syntheticorchestra.com (approved to post).

 


Games PressGames Press is the leading online resource for games journalists. Used daily by magazines, newspapers, TV, radio, online media and retailers worldwide, it offers a vast, constantly updated archive of press releases and assets, and is the simplest and most cost-effective way for PR professionals to reach the widest possible audience. Registration for the site and the Games Press email digest is available, to the trade only, at www.gamespress.com.