Bungie’s Former Audio Director Marty O?Donnell Asks Fans to Destroy Destiny Music He Uploaded Against Court Orders - Outstanding news

Bungie’s Former Audio Director Marty O?Donnell Asks Fans to Destroy Destiny Music He Uploaded Against Court Orders



The latest round of legal proceedings between developer Bungie and former Audio Director Marty O’Donnell has taken another interesting turn. As noticed by Kotaku, Marty O’Donnell uploaded a video onto his YouTube channel asking fans to “refrain from sharing and destroy any copies” of the Destiny or Music of the Spheres music he uploaded in contempt of court.
O’Donnell is one of the composers behind soundtracks for Halo and Destiny. However, when O’Donnell left Bungie back in 2014, Bungie retained the rights to the full suite ofDestiny music. Many lawsuits ensued, but in 2019, O’Donnell uploaded music from Destiny’s“Music of the Spheres” concept albumagainst the ruling of previous injunctions. The video is a court-ordered request, explaining he didn’t have the right to publish the material and to request people stop sharing the music.
You can read a full transcript of the video below.

To Whom it May Concern,
I do not have, and have not had since at least April 2014, the legal authority to possess or distribute non-commercially available material related to Destiny or Music of the Spheres (including material I composed or created while working for Bungie). This material is owned by Bungie. If you posted any of these assets on a website or other publicly available platform, you should remove the content immediately. If you have copies of these assets, you should refrain from sharing and destroy any copies o...
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