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Throne of Bhaal Composer Howard Drossin

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    (Originally posted by Darien)

    The second of RPGDot's interviews with the composers of Throne of Bhaal is with Howard Drossin, who also wrote some of the tracks in Baldurs Gate II: Shadows of Amn.

    RPGDot: What exactly did you do for the TOB Soundtrack?

    Howard Drossin:
    I composed the music for the TOB Villains Battle, Yaga Shura's Enclave, Sendia's Enclave, Abazigal's Enclave, Talking Heads, and Amkethran tracks, plus one of the dream tracks. I also worked on the intro and ending movies.

    RPGDot: What were your feelings on composing the soundtrack of TOB? Any track you especially like or any memorable scene while composing them?

    Howard Drossin:
    I enjoyed composing music for this soundtrack. The most memorable track for me was Yaga Shura's Enclave - I had some fun with that one. It was also great having the opportunity to work with my friend and fellow composer Inon Zur.
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