Walter Mair previously composed the music for GTA, Kill zone, Total war, and Splinter cell. He took up
the charge on Crash Bandicoot 4 music composition for the iconic franchise. The new Activision o crash
bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. The music does the job of staying true to the origins of the franchise. You
will hear a lot of the marimbas and the percussion instrument played with a modern feel to it.
In an interview, Mair speaks up about how he has become very much attached to Crash 4 in the first
place. The access to the development team simply collaborated with the process like Toys for Bob and
the varied instrument that has been used in the game.
Mair composed the unique music with each notable setting having an active unique setting with bone
flute and fur drums for the Crash’s 4 prehistoric levels. It has been a month that Crash 4 has been
released. The response is overwhelming ad dynamic with a reflective unique gameplay within the levels
of the series. The offbeat mardi gras level has been a stand out among them all.
Walter Mair commented that the audiences’ personal experience on this has been overwhelming for all.
It includes the metal tracks. These are brilliant tracks online right now. The franchise deserves to live on
and see some major interpretations of the music.
Many new version of the music has been uncovered for the theme and level music. The interpretation of
the melodies is completely diverse and produces the full-fledged metal track with video is now available
on YouTube. There is a great honor to this and loved by all the audiences at a large.