The halo composer and Destiny asks to destroy all the music that distributed without permission
The rights of use and distribution are something that large companies have to deal often, and in the case of video games it is not an exception. Do you remember the case of Marty ODonnell ? The composer of the Saga Halo or Destiny has had one more and less with Bungee, since they break their relationship in 2014.
A couple of months ago we knew new news about it: ODonnell was fined to pay $100,000 to Bungee for distributing Destiny songs without authorization, and now he has had to publish a video that urges users who possess some musical copy May it come from your part to Destroy it immediately.
If you have published any of these assets, you must immediately delete them Marty ODonnell I do not have any legal permission since April 2014 to own or distribute material not commercially related to Destiny or Music of the Spheres, he says In a video that has been forced to rise. This material is owned by Bungee. If you have published any of these assets on a website or another public platform, you must eliminate them immediately.
The composer had distributed some of these issues through platforms such as Bandcamp or YouTube. That includes Music of the Spheres, the musical prefer where other great names such as Paul McCartney and Michael Salvatore participated. The truth is that Marty ODonnell already talked about the departure of him a year ago, and has even revealed on more than one occasion the likes of him in video games, offering to compose music from the Zelda Saga.