“There’s a four-note tune that’s forever fading in and out of Dead Space 2. An eerie little melody that’ll lodge itself in your head and refuse to leave. Its notes? D-E-A-D. We sat down with composer Jason Graves for a new take on the horror game of the generation.” Read the Computer and Video Games article.
The Collector’s Edition is now available for pre-order on Amazon and at local game stores. It includes sixty minutes of exclusive music from Jason’s score (including thirty minutes not available on the official soundtrack), plus a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the music, including footage from the scoring sessions and an interview with Jason. Order the Collector’s Edition.
Audio Director Alex Brandon: “Jason provided incredible tracks for Alpha Protocol that fit the environments like a glove. His music has the closest interactive ‘film score sound’ I’ve ever heard.” Jason also exclusively collaborated with techno artist BT, co-composing the main theme for the game.
EA Audio Director Nick Laviers has posted a new article focusing on his work with Jason for Command and Conquer 4. Nick explains his composer selection process and offers a peak at the eleven initial tracks Jason submitted for the first press demo of CnC4. Read the full article.
Jason’s dramatic score for Command and Conquer 4 can now be purchased on iTunes. The soundtrack features more than seventy minutes of music for the final epic battle between GDI and Nod.
Electronic Arts reveals a behind the scenes look at the recording sessions, featuring the composers of Tiberian Twilight in its February 2010 installment of Command and Conquer’s BattleCast Primetime.
Jason is composing the score for the GDI faction of Command and Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight. The forty-five minute epic orchestral score was recently recorded at Air Studios and performed by the London Philharmonia. The official soundtrack will be released on iTunes March 16th.
This month’s Audio Media magazine has a feature article on the sound and music of Dead Space, including details about Jason’s score from Dead Space Audio Director Don Veca.
Variety has published “Video Games: The Top Music Talents,” which features “a look at some of the top names in the brave new world of game scores.” The article highlights Jason as one of several top composers working in the industry today.