The “Destiny 2 composer” is a musician who has been involved with the game since its release. He is now urging for the destruction of music that was illegally released without permission from Bungie.
The game’s composer, Marty O’Donnell, has called on the song’s digital distributors to destroy their copies. “The music is not theirs; they are stealing”, he said in a statement posted on his website following the court order reached by Sony/ATV Music Publishing against Destiny 2 developer Bungie.
Former Destiny composer Martin O’Donnell sued Bungie six years ago over Bungie’s attempt to strip him of his shares in the company and deny him his rights as a shareholder when he was fired from the studio. Longtime readers, at least those who click on lawsuit articles, may recall that Martin O’Donnell sued Bungie six years ago over Bungie’s attempt to strip him of his shares in the company and deny him his rights as a shareholder when he was fired from the studio. That original argument was won by O’Donnell, and you probably forgot about it until he reappeared to spill some tea regarding Bungie’s connection with Activision-Blizzard. That is exactly what we did.
However, O’Donnell made news again last autumn when a judge found him in contempt of court. The provisions of the initial lawsuit barred him from distributing and performing music and materials related to the game, as we sought to figure out at the time. However, in 2019, he continued to do so, including selling music to which he had no rights, giving Bungie grounds to take him back to court for breaching the deal. Bungie was forced to pay O’Donnell “reasonable expenses” for the lawsuit, which were reportedly $100,000. He was also told to make a video for his fans encouraging them to trash the music, which he did this weekend.
The short video claims that he hasn’t had “legal authorization” to release Destiny’s music since 2014, and advises viewers to delete any unauthorized copies and remove them from any internet platforms. So there you have it. It’d be great if this person could keep out of the news in the future, eh?
“Destiny composer urges destruction of illegal music following court order” is a news article about the golem soundtrack. It talks about how the composer of the soundtrack, who is also known for composing for Destiny, has urged people to destroy any illegal copies of his work.
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