Attack on Titan Composer Praises Arcane Soundtrack in Interview


Since its release last year, the League of Legends anime series Esoteric received high praise from critics, fans, and creators. Recently, even the The attack of the Titans composer praised Esoteric.

Hiroyuki Sawano, music composer for The attack of the Titans, was recently interviewed by Shion Tsurubo of Japanese boy group JO1. The interview was published on Comic Natalieand the two shared their vision of music production.

In case you are unfamiliar, Sawano is a well-known composer and music producer.

He has composed a wide range of anime apart from The attack of the Titansincluding kill her kill her, The seven deadly sinsand Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn. He is also the composer of the next Solo Leveling lively.

Meanwhile, Tsurubo is a notable anime fan who is also interested in creating music for anime shows.

In their interview, Tsurubo asked Sawano for some advice, as well as his favorite soundtracks from recent movies and shows.

Sawano mentioned that even though he works on many anime, he spends a lot of his free time watching foreign movies and TV shows. Among those he has looked at are Esoteric.

The The attack of the Titans the composer said that mysteries soundtrack is cool and the story of the show is interesting. Overall, he said it was overall a pretty cool show.

mysteries The soundtrack is an eclectic mix of genres, featuring popular artists with tracks that have a lot of digital elements. This appealed to Sawano’s tastes.

Apart EsotericSawano also mentioned that Christopher Nolan Principle had a good soundtrack too. Although he’s a fan of Hans Zimmer, Sawano said composer Ludwig Goransson did well creating the film’s soundtrack.

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Credit: Riot Games / Netflix / Fortiche Productions

Aside from the music, the series has also been loved by other creators including Hideo Kojima who called it “the future of animation.”

Esoteric is an animated series from Fortiche Productions based on Riot Games’ League of Legends. The first season of the show was a big hit, so much so that Riot and Netflix renewed it for a second season.

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