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17-05-2012 05:18 PM
Hi there. No, I'm not asking about Written in the Stars by Tinie Tempah. I've painstakingly searched the internet and can't find any information about this piece of music. The link below is to a WAV file of the music that I've uploaded on my Google Docs account. Thanks for your help.
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18-05-2012 02:54 PM
18-05-2012 12:34 PM
First of all I would like to welcome you to the community
We are unable to access the file you have linked us to on your post. I am not aware of the song that your looking for, however I have sent a few of my colleagues an email to see if they are able to help further. As soon as we hear back, we will let you know.
18-05-2012 01:01 PM
We have had some feedback and it’s called “Game Theory” by Tim Bricheno, however it isn’t available commercially. I’d suggest trying to contact Tim directly, he has a Myspace page so if he knew there was a demand he might consider releasing it more generally.
18-05-2012 01:43 PM
I have seen this "Game Theory by Tim Bricheno" answer to another question almost similar to mine regarding the orchestral music on Sky Sports Super Sunday. I can almost assure you that this piece of music is NOT by Mr Bricheno.
For a start, the genre of this piece of music is completely different to what Mr Bricheno is involved in. Secondly, this is an ORCHESTRAL piece of music, whereas Mr Bricheno's music is played by the usual 5-piece "rock band". Therefore, I will not contact Mr Bricheno and waste his time, unless you can provide me proof regarding his involvement with music on Sky Sports.
I can only assume (and my assumption may be wrong) that this "Game Theory by Tim Bricheno, however it is not available commercially" response is a general answer given to make us all go away.
There's also clearly no problem with my Google Docs link. Just click on the link, download the 8MB WAV file and listen to it, instead of trying to guess what we are all on about. I'm sure Sky Knowledge Advisors have been given adequate resources to perform this task.
At the moment, the only impression given to me is that the responses on this forum show a lack of concern, and a waste of the fees we are paying.
18-05-2012 02:54 PM
18-05-2012 07:18 PM
Thanks very much for the information. I am delighted to say that is exactly what I was looking for. I was pretty sure any piece of music used by Sky Sports is popular enough to be available commercially.
28-10-2012 01:55 PM