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Neil Davidge

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Neil Davidge in the Making Halo 4: Composing Worlds documentary.

Neil Davidge is a music composer working in collaboration with 343 Industries. Hailing from Bristol, England, he is known for his work with Massive Attack and the 2010 film Clash of the Titans.[1] In early 2011, he was chosen by Sotaro Tojima to be Halo 4's composer.[1] His work as a composer was featured in the Halo 4 announcement trailer and he was credited as such in June 2011.[2] Yet, he was not officially announced as the game's musical composer until April 2012.[3] Davidge composed the Halo 4: Original Soundtrack, which was originally released on October 22, 2012.[4] Davidge, claiming to be a "passionate Halo fan", stated that he was honored and thrilled to help compose the score for Halo 4.[5]