‘Modern Warfare 2’ composer shuts down after challenging audio director job

'Modern Warfare 2' composer shuts down after challenging audio director job
‘Modern Warfare 2’ composer shuts down after challenging audio director job

Modern Warfare 2 composer Sarah Schachner, who left Call of Duty, said, “It’s gotten harder and harder to work with the audio director over the past few months, and I don’t see any way forward.”


According to PCGamesN, both Modern Warfare 2 and Season 1 of Warzone 2 contain their music and are set to release on November 16, but Schachner is “unsure” when the album itself will be released. She added that it was “taken from her.”

She also said in the post, “While I have no control over how the music is presented in the game, what is posted on the soundtrack is not my artistic intent in terms of mixing and mastering.” The director in question, though he Still Stephen Miller was unnamed in her post, although she didn’t detail the job dynamics.


Schachner went on to talk about the hard work of the audio team, praising it despite the challenges with the director: “I want to thank the entire audio team for their incredible hard work, and I hope you still enjoy it because I’m… So much work and effort put in. The score includes great performances by musicians Baseck, Brain Mantia, and M.B. Gordy. I’m so grateful for the impact so far, and I owe it to the fans to maintain my approach to the game and the years I’ve helped create the authenticity of the sound.”

You’ve probably heard Schachner’s music. She’s written music for Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Origins, and Valhalla, as well as the Predator prequel, Prey, so she’s no stranger to games and Call of Duty. She is also the composer of the first reboots of Modern Warfare and Infinity War in 2019.

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