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Early last month, composer Marton O'Donnell (best known for this work on the epic Halo musical score) sued development studio Bungie for damages due to unpaid benefits.
It was announced that the composer settled the lawsuit with the developer's chief executive Harold Ryan. As a result O'Donnell will get $95,000. What's more back in June the composer tweeted that he was fired "without cause," which is why he pursue the matter further.
O'Donnell received a lot of recognition for his work on the Halo soundtrack. To this day the Halo main theme remains one of the most recognizable pieces of video game music. The minute you hear it, you instantly picture the Master Chief's... helmet.
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