BAFTA award-winning composer Jason Graves (Dead Space) has officially been revealed as the composer for the upcoming Tomb Raider video game, which comes out March 5th, 2013. Below you can watch an interview with Jason along with other members of the sound design team as they discuss how sound and music play a role in the game.
Also in the video is a segment dedicated to highlighting a one-of-a-kind sculpture/instrument that was built specifically for Jason for this game (Note: if anyone wants to buy me one of those sculptures, I wouldn’t object). In fact, the music of the first 15 or so minutes of the game is solely performed on this instrument. Oh, and it doesn’t hurt that the sculpture looks like something out of Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice. You can find out a bit more about the sculpture here.
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