“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.
“It’s not often that we flag down video game composers for interviews, but we were recently presented with the opportunity to speak with Jason Graves. To our surprise, we were able to chat for almost an hour about his interesting career and the deeper aspects of his music, and we’ve transcribed all of the highlights.” Read the full interview.
Jason Graves has written music for some of the most successful video games including Tomb Raider, Dead Space and, most recently, The Order. He joins us this Wednesday, 6 May, at 2pm, to answer your questions. Do you have something to ask him?
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“At the dawning of a new era, what better time to look back upon the musical high points across nearly a decade of games. It’s tough to narrow it down to a select few (or twenty), but here goes… Maestro, if you please!” The Soundtrack to a Generation.
Jason is appearing on ABC National News to chat about what makes music truly scary. The segment is scheduled for 1:15 pm EST on Halloween, October 31 and will include selections from his scores to Tomb Raider and Dead Space. It will also be available online at ABCnews.com.
Jason has teamed up with Spotify’s Trends Export Shanon Cook and UCLA professors to create “Music To Your Fears” – a exclusive Halloween-themed playlist for Spotify listeners.
“For the fifth incarnation of the immensely popular JOYSTICK concert series, the Malmo Symphony Orchestra will perform several pieces by the acclaimed Jason Graves. A brand new heroic suite from the Tomb Raider soundtrack will be conducted by Graves himself. The audience will also experience his chilling music from sci-fi horror franchise Dead Space.”
“We caught up with composer Jason Graves and discussed his road to success in the music industry in thisexclusive interview, where he discusses Dead Space, F.E.A.R., and Resistance: Burning Skies.”
Immerse yourself in the music that brings your favourite video games alive, played by the London Philharmonic at Royal Festival Hall. “The Greatest Video Game Music” will include the world premiere of a suite of music from Jason’s original score to Dead Space. Jason will also be attending the concert, scheduled for September 2, 2011.
“We’re going to be highlighting some of Kill Screen’s most interesting content here on Pitchfork on a regular basis, and this week, we have two pieces on the third-person shooter Dead Space.” Read the full article.