Tommy Tallarico Studios

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Tommy Tallarico Studios is the production company of video game composer Tommy Tallarico founded in 1994.

Logo (November 16, 1999-March 31, 2000)

Visuals: On a black background, there are glowing red lines that shimmer into the white lettering "AUDIO BY". They appear inside a black box. A yellow flash glows behind it and shimmers down as the box disappears and stretches out of existence. As this happens, shimmering liquid metal lines (four on the left, five on the right) move towards each other, and form a square. Inside the square is a box with black bordering that has two stacked "T"s with black shining rectangles from the right of the box, resembling the piano. The "T" has a liquid metal coloring. Below is stacked words "TOMMY TALLARICO STUDIOS". "TALLARICO" is underlined and "STUDIOS" is in a different font. The box shines.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: It begins with a loud whoosh, which then transitions into a loud, electric guitar sound and another whoosh when "AUDIO BY" disappears. When the box forms, a acoustic guitar-sounding ding is heard and Don LaFontaine says the company name.

Availability: Appeared on Tomorrow Never Dies for the PlayStation and Messiah on the PC.

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