On February 12, 2017 at 4:30pm in UCLA’s Royce Hall, Jason’s music from ‘The Order: 1886’ will feature in a live concert played by the American Youth Symphony, along with other prominent composers. Tickets are free to the public, and include a pre-concert Q&A with the composers. See the NYS’s website for more information on reservations, which open on 1.11.17.
“VR gaming is the new craze sweeping the industry, and fundamentally changes how games get made. Sure, it seems pretty obvious that a developer would have to account for using a VR headset instead of a controller, but there are other, less obvious changes as well, like the soundtrack.” Read the full interview here.
“‘Relaxing’ isn’t the first word that comes to mind when you listen to Jason Graves’ award-winning scores, including his visceral music for Far Cry Primal, The Order 1886, and of course, the terrifying Dead Space series. The developers of Farlands, a launch title for Oculus Rift, asked Jason for a playful score to help create the mood. As you’ll hear in our conversation, Jason found writing this OST a surprising change of pace.” Listen to the full interview.
“The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences presents Academy Gaming Hour. Check out our interview with composer Jason Graves, behind games like Dead Space, Far Cry Primal and Until Dawn!” Watch the recorded live stream interview.
“Jason Graves joins us to talk about his music for the Oculus Rift VR game, Farlands. Last time Jason was on the show, we talked about Far Cry Primal. This music couldn’t be much different, and it was a blast to talk with him (and his parrot, Evie) about it. Go to the Patreon website.
“If you play video games, chances are you’ve heard the music of Jason Graves–he’s composed the soundtracks for Far Cry Primal, 2013’s Tomb Raider, Dead Space, and Until Dawn. On this week’s episode, the Dead Air crew sits down to dissect how Graves finds signature sounds in the real world, and how he uses them to create unsettling atmospheres.” Listen to the podcast.
“Jason Graves talks in this interview about his work in the video game Far Cry: Primal – a score with primitive sonorities in which he has been responsible for almost all the instruments we hear in the score.” Read the complete interview.