What happens when you combine two powerful forces? While scientists work on figuring that one out, I have a few ideas of my own. Many Twitter revelations have been made in the past, but this is definitely one to create some hype.
This morning Paul McCartney sent out a very interesting tweet that read:
As you may recall, Paul McCartney said that while he doesn't play video games, he doesn't deny his interest in the market and explains that it allows his music to reach a different audience. His life is too busy to be able to sit down and record albums, much less play games.
He told Zeit Online:
Actually, I'm sitting now in music for a computer game. This is the song that I abplage experiencing. I was asked if I could not imagine such a thing, and found it fascinating. Moreover, this is a fascinating market. A new computer game is selling these days so much better than a new CD. And you reach a different audience. Probably in this way many young people for the first time my music will be heard in a video game. And perhaps it is for them so inspiring for me as the Jazz.
Although Bungie is still tight lipped on this topic, we look forward to bringing you more news on this project with Bungie and Paul McCartney as it is made available.