Creating Devil May Cry 5's 'Devil Trigger'



Composer Casey Edwards and vocalist Ali Edwards break down how Devil May Cry 5’s hugely popular soundtrack cut was made.

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DAILY FIX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_e1aXYckPE&list=PLraFbwCoisJCYFqFP7e7UQnHHZL05LooZ&index=2&t=0s
GAME REVIEWS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCJmeQyJk1E&list=PLraFbwCoisJBTl0oXn8UoUam5HXWUZ7ES&t=0s&index=2
MOVIE REVIEWS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCJmeQyJk1E&list=PLraFbwCoisJBTl0oXn8UoUam5HXWUZ7ES&t=0s&index=2
TRAILERS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hr1dfwy4n90&list=PLraFbwCoisJA6xInpo8WhMSrR3Y7CjatL&index=2
NEWS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ctgzg7MZiZ8&list=PLyN6dWP9XPgpzD7LJttHSs_peWliw7QSW

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25 Replies to “Creating Devil May Cry 5's 'Devil Trigger'”

  1. The sheer amount of remixes that are involved with this song is insane. Honestly having such a bumping song be tied to one of my favorite series of all times is insanely humbling. Not to mention Crimson Cloud! Subhuman is meh, but what I’ve learned from that is playing as Dante as a whole is a meh experience.

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