Former Destiny composer urged fans not to distribute music from the game

Former Bungie composer Martin O‘Donnell, who participated in the writing of music for Halo and Destiny, asked fans of the latter to stop distributing tracks from the game. Recall that after his dismissal O’Donnell won the case in 2014 after his former employer was compensated, but banned from playing music, including music from the album Music of the Spheres. However, the ex-composer Bungie continued to share music on YouTube and Bandcamp, after which the court found him guilty and demanded that all copies be removed, as well as to call on everyone who managed to distribute music online, do the same thing.

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