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 Posted:   Aug 30, 2013 - 12:27 AM   
 By:   Bishop   (Member)

Hi everybody,

Today I checked out my copy of LLL's "Secret Weapons over Normandy", which - luckily - still sounds excellent, however for some reason I'm not able to access the data-section on Disc 2. I tried it on 2 different PCs with 4 different drives (including 2 superb Plextors) but I just do not see any data-section at all. confused

And now that I think about it, I can't even remember if I ever checked out this section before.
I think I did, but I'm just not sure if I'm just imagining things after all this time.

So my questions are:
* Has there indeed been a data section on the 2nd CD?
* If so, does anybody else right now have problems accessing it?
* Are new PCs in general unable to read the data sections of Hybrid-CDs?
* Might there have been charge of this CD without data-section?

Would be great if anybody could help me out there!

P.S.: Luckily the sound is all there, so it's actually a minor issue, but still I'd like to figure out what's actually going on there! wink

 
 Posted:   Sep 1, 2013 - 1:36 PM   
 By:   Bishop   (Member)

* bump* smile

 
 Posted:   Sep 1, 2013 - 2:11 PM   
 By:   edern   (Member)

Hi, it's a great score! I love it. I'm very fond of the themes in this one.
I can access the bonus content without any problem. My PC's fairly recent, running with Windows 7.

The bonus content on disc 2 consists of five short videos.
A text file presents the bonus content :

### WELCOME ###

Welcome to the Secret Weapons Over Normandy soundtrack bonus disc!
To learn more about the Secret Weapons Over Normandy game, please visit http://www.overnormandy.com
The movies on this CD require QuickTime to play. You can download the latest version of the QuickTime player from http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/

### THE MOVIES ###

01 "Settling the Score" - composer Michael Giacchino talks about the make-up of the orchestra for the Secret Weapons Over Normandy recording sessions.
02 "Musical Chairs" - a time-lapsed look at the Northwest Sinfonia setting up on the first day. An hour of time is compressed into thirty seconds.
03 "Simonec Says" - over the intercom, conductor Tim Simonec and composer Michael Giacchino discuss the intricacies of the next cue. Michael is in a control room behind the orchestra, while Tim is up at the podium.
04 "Danger: Nemesis" - composer Michael Giacchino talks about devising the musical themes for the game, including the "bad guys" of the Nemesis Squadron.
05 "Main Theme" - a complete performance by the Northwest Sinfonia of the Secret Weapons Over Normandy theme.

### MOVIE CREDITS ###

Music Composed by Michael Giacchino
Conducted and Orchestrated by Tim Simonec
Recording Engineer: Steve Smith
Performed by the Northwest Sinfonia
Music Editor: Chris "AC" Tilton
Director of Photography: Glenn Aust
Audio Engineer: Bill Heinlein
"Main Theme" Video Photographed and Edited by Erik Woods
Produced and Edited by Peter Hirschmann

LucasArts and the LucasArts logo are trademarks of Lucasfilm Ltd. in the United States and/or other countries. (P) and (c) 2003 Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd. & TM as indicated. All rights reserved.



Here are 4 of them :

Settling the score



Chairs



Simonec says



Danger: Nemesis




I can't find the fifth one on YouTube.
It's a 5'30" clip, with a short Giacchino interview in the beginning and then it's the main theme played over footage of the recording sessions.


Here's another video that is very similar, but doesn't feature the Giacchino interview part :

 
 Posted:   Sep 2, 2013 - 1:09 PM   
 By:   Bishop   (Member)

eek

Now that is a truly helpful posting! Bravissimo!
Dear Sir, you've truly earned my highest respect for going all the way of collecting all this information and sharing it in such a kind way.
That was very well done and I thank you very much! smile

All the best to you,
Bishop

 
 Posted:   Sep 3, 2013 - 2:10 AM   
 By:   edern   (Member)

you're welcome smile

 
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