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In the world of video game music, the name of Winifred Phillips is one you'll hear popping up again and again... and not just because she's got a ton of awesome games to her credit, from children's fare to ultra-violent fantasy adventures; she's also picked up more awards than just about any other game composer in the business. Her latest project, the latest entry in the Assassin's Creed game series (and the first to center on a female protagonist) is not only one of her most ambitious undertakings, but it's already garnered her a Hollywood Music in Media Award, which she received just last week in a ceremony at La's Fonda Theater. I had a chance to chat with Winifred after being stunned by the scope of this music, which incorporates a wide spectrum of period musical styles: the harpsichords of 18th-century European aristocracy; the rustic instruments of the Louisiana »


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