For boundary-crossing platform SURF Music, skilled songwriters and producers from around the globe can place their songs with Japanese and Korean artists. And its all thanks to Musiio’s metadata.
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Explore the fascinating journey of The Last of Us soundtrack, as composer Gustavo Santaolalla adapted his iconic score for the HBO series. See how changes in mood, structure, and recording quality create a harmonious blend that stays true to the game while fitting the new medium perfectly.
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