Jeremy Soule is the man behind the music of Skyrim, and he has made it known that he isn’t too keen on the upcoming concert.
To celebrate the October launch of Skyrim Special Edition for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, Bethesda announced a live, orchestral Skyrim concert set to be performed in London’s Palladium Theatre. The composer took to Facebook to express his disdain.
Specifically, he told fans to be “wary” of the concert, as the musicians are not using his original scores. Instead, they had to transcribe the music by ear, which Soule says is a “flawed process” and “fraught with errors.”
He made it clear that he does not known anyone who is a part of the concert, and that he won’t “endorse a concert that is trading on my name and music that has absolutely no oversight or involvement on my part.”