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Halo composer Marty O’Donnell has ‘amicably’ resolved his latest legal battle with Microsoft

Marty O’Donnell, the composer behind the original Halo series’ timeless  score, is no stranger to legal battles. But his latest feud with Microsoft seems to have been pleasantly short-lived, with him and fellow composer Michael Salvatori claiming they’ve “amicably resolved” a lawsuit concerning unpaid royalties going back 20 years.

In February, Eurogamer reported that O’Donnell and Salvatori had filed suit back in June claiming Microsoft had failed to pay royalties on the pair’s original Halo score, which was used under license prior to O’Donnell’s employment at Bungie—and he claims the tracks remained that way thereafter, owned by the composers’ joint company and licensed out to Bungie and Microsoft.



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