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 Written by John Scalzo  on July 31, 2006

News: That's right, Joel "Son of Jerry" Goldsmith is providing the score for CD3.



Activision has announced that Emmy-nominated composer Joel Goldsmith will be creating the score for this fall's Call of Duty 3.

Goldsmith, the son of famed composer Jerry Goldsmith, is best known for his work on the television shows Stargate SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis. This would mark the first time he has provided the score for a video game.

?Goldsmith is one of the most versatile and talented music composers in the business and we're excited to have him on board for Call of Duty 3,? said Tim Riley, Activision's Worldwide Executive of Music. ?Fans know to expect a ?cinematically intense' experience from the Call of Duty franchise ? Goldsmith is the man for the job.?

Call of Duty 3 will be available on the PS3, PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox and the Wii.



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