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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?
Jason is a classically trained composer, drummer, keyboardist, guitarist and percussion player who won two Baftas for his work on the game Dead Space – for Original Score and Use of Audio.
He composed the soundtrack for the 2013 reboot of the iconic Tomb Raider game, a project he called “the most open-ended, creative, collaborative project I’ve ever worked on.”
Most recently, he’s composed the music for Sony’s The Order:1886, a game set in Victorian London. For the score Jason used the unusual combination of low woodwinds, low strings, a men’s chorus and percussion.
Do you have something you’d like to ask Jason? Post your question for him below – and don’t forget to check back on Wednesday at 2pm to join the discussion.