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King Arthur game gets Rednote Audio treatment
14-Jul-2004 - Raleigh, North Carolina – Rod Abernethy and Rednote Audio today announced they are producing the original soundtrack for Konami’s King Arthur videogame based on the Hollywood motion picture starring Keira Knightley and Clive Owen.

Developed by Krome Studios PTY, Ltd and published by Konami Digital Entertainment America and Buena Vista Interactive, the KING ARTHUR videogame utilizes footage from the film produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (Pirates Of The Caribbean, Top Gun), and directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day). Rod Abernethy and Rednote Audio are currently creating original orchestral scores for the game’s soundtrack.

Rod Abernethy, lead composer and co-founder of Rednote Audio, said: "KING ARTHUR will have some of the most exciting tracks we’ve ever produced. The scores are being written to match the style and intensity of the theatrical release and Konami and Krome have been incredible to work with."

In February 2004, Rod Abernethy, Dave Adams and Jason Graves of Rednote Audio won Best Soundtrack Of The Year for The Hobbit (Vivendi-Universal Games) at the Game Audio Network Guild Awards during the Game Developers Conference in San Jose, California. Other recent game soundtrack projects include Rise Of The Kasai, the upcoming sequel to the popular PS2 title Mark Of Kri for Sony Computer Entertainment America and Activision’s new Monster Garage videogame based on the hit Discovery Channel TV series.

Rod Abernethy and Rednote Audio are managed by Bob Rice of Four Bars Intertainment. For more information visit Rednote Audio.

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