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SP Menu + End Credits Music ('The Force Awakens') v1.1

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This mod changes the Main Menu music in the 'Single Player' aspect of the game to the music from the final "The Force Awakens" trailer. As there's no background music on the Main Menu in Jedi Academy (unlike Jedi Outcast), I thought this is a very fitting theme for the game and it's overall direction. Especially if you have a number of Ep. VII mods installed, already. So, to complete your Force Awakens immersion, this small mod will add the Trailer theme to the menu system.

 

 

Known Bugs:

None

 

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Credits:

Jaroslav Beck, for mixing what John Williams' wrote for the Original Trilogy.. And LucasFilm, for the impactful soundtrack from the 'STAR WARS: The Force Awakens' Trailer.

THIS FILE IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN SOFTWARE, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS™ & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY, LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.


What's New in Version v1.1

Released

  • Added the End Credits theme from 'The Force Awakens' to replace the base game's end credits, for a more authentic movie experience.

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John Williams & LucasArts for the powerful soundtrack from the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer.

if this isn't from the first teaser trailer then it isn't pure John Williams. its disturbing that so many fans thought that the trailer music was done by John Williams when it is very clearly modernised and not his style because it shows me (and Disney) that people prefer that kind of Hans Zimmer music to the rich, complex and classical sound of all the Star Wars movies. I think Star Wars would lose a lot of its impact if the style of music changed, there's just such a wonderful library of music that has been built up by John Williams that it'd be a shame to disregard it all.

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if this isn't from the first teaser trailer then it isn't pure John Williams. its disturbing that so many fans thought that the trailer music was done by John Williams when it is very clearly modernised and not his style because it shows me (and Disney) that people prefer that kind of Hans Zimmer music to the rich, complex and classical sound of all the Star Wars movies. I think Star Wars would lose a lot of its impact if the style of music changed, there's just such a wonderful library of music that has been built up by John Williams that it'd be a shame to disregard it all.

Nobody is disregarding anything. John Williams composed the TFA soundtrack. The trailer you're referring to was his composition, but someone else's arrangement. He still gets credit.

 

With that said, John Williams, though an amazing composer (my favorite, definitely), is getting quite old and won't be able to do every new Star Wars movie. He didn't compose for Rogue One, but he is supposed to compose for Episode 8.

 

I think disregarding the talent of other composers is more of a shame than to limit only John Williams as the sole composer of our lifetime. :P

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Nobody is disregarding anything. John Williams composed the TFA soundtrack. The trailer you're referring to was his composition, but someone else's arrangement. He still gets credit.

 

With that said, John Williams, though an amazing composer (my favorite, definitely), is getting quite old and won't be able to do every new Star Wars movie. He didn't compose for Rogue One, but he is supposed to compose for Episode 8.

 

I think disregarding the talent of other composers is more of a shame than to limit only John Williams as the sole composer of our lifetime. :P

With you saying that, it makes me a bit worried for John in the future, Circa. I'm sure he's gone some years left in him, but still, I can't help but worry seeing as he's been known to recently have health problems. :(

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