Click on the link above to have a quick listen and read about my score to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4!
A reboot of "Where Are We Going?" originally written by Kevin Sherwood and James McCawley. New Music by me and new lyrics by Cindy Shapiro. Vocals by Malukah. Recorded with Nashville Music Scoring. Click above and Enjoy!
COMPOSER JACK WALL’S MUSIC FROM “MASS EFFECT” AND “CALL OF DUTY” LIVE IN CONCERT AT CSUN VALLEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9th, 2018 at 7:30 PM
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHRIDGE
MEDIA COMPOSITION AND STUDIO ENSEMBLE
Elizabeth Sellers, Founding Director
GUEST ARTIST: JACK WALL (Call of Duty Black Ops II & III, Mass Effect I & II)
SORAYA GREAT HALL – VALLEY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 18111 Nordhoff Street, Los Angeles, CA 91330
Tickets: General $20 / Senior $17 / Students $15
VPAC Ticket Office: 818-677-3000
The official game soundtrack for Fugitive Games' "Into The Stars" is available on Amazon. Stay tuned for availability on iTunes.
Also! A very special vinyl release is also available on pre-sale from iam8bit.
"Into the Stars" is an open-world Space Survival Simulation where you take the role of Captain as you explore a massive star system in search of a new home for humanity. For more information on the game visit Fugitive Games' website.
For more information on Jack Wall, just stay here!
Today, both game and score released. Click the link above to check it out!
At our Nashville recording sessions, I sat down with Forbes' David Thier and discussed the life of a composer working in video games. Click the title above to view the article at Forbes.com.
I am involved in this really great space sim (one of my favorite genres): Into The Stars. Check it out!
I talk Lost Planet 3 score with Patrick. Fun interview!
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COMPOSER JACK WALL RELEASES LOST PLANET® 3 SOUNDTRACK
Lost Planet® 3 ‘Alien Country Music’ and ‘Score’
Double Album Available For Digital Download on August 27
Los Angeles (August 23, 2013) – Award-winning composer Jack Wall will release the soundtrack for Capcom’s sci-fi action adventure video game Lost Planet® 3 on his label, Lost In Sound Records. Wall is best known for his rich, cinematic scores found within popular titles such as Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Mass Effect 1 & 2, Myst III & IV, Splinter Cell: Pandora’s Tomorrow and Jade Empire. Featuring 37 tracks composed and produced by Wall, the Lost Planet 3 Original Soundtrack comprises two volumes, ‘Alien Country Music’ and ‘Score’, which will be released as a single package for digital download on iTunes and Amazon to coincide with the game’s release on August 27, 2013.
The Lost Planet 3 Original Soundtrack is presented in two volumes to reflect the distinct musical approaches for the game’s soundtrack. Volume 1 features country and rock instrumentation combined with organic drum and percussion elements, infused with modern synthetic elements to create a country music of the future.
“When Spark and Capcom asked me to write alien country as roughly half of the soundtrack to Lost Planet 3, I was really intrigued,” enthuses Jack Wall. “It would be the main character’s mix tape. This is the music Jim Peyton listens to when he’s on mission in his rig – the music his wife Grace, back on Earth, sends him to remind him of home. The challenge was to make it real, but add just enough elements and context to make it seem like it is music from the future.”
As well as composing and producing the Alien Country Music, Wall performs acoustic, baritone and electric guitars on all the tracks. Joining him on this unique sci-fi musical adventure, Wall formed and recorded a band of celebrated artists including composer Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica) on accordion, guitarist Craig Stull (Firefly) on dobro guitar, drummer Joe Travers (Zappa Plays Zappa), vocalist Cindy Shapiro (Myst III: Exile), and cinema’s foremost harmonica player, Tommy Morgan, amongst other talented musicians. Key tracks include “Rattlesnake,” “A Long Way Home,” “Ballad of Jim Peyton,” and “Outlaw.”
Presented as Volume 2, Wall’s cinematic score is a blend of sci-fi orchestral and acoustic themes, spine-tingling atmosphere, and synthesized ambient textures, which serves to support the game’s compelling narrative, mysterious environments and epic action sequences. Key tracks include: “Lost Planet 3 Theme,” “The Ice Planet,” “The Vorgg,” and “The Forgotten.”
“For me the score needed to be two things: mysterious and wild,” explains Wall. “If I could inject those ideas into the music for E.D.N III, I would be doing my job. I’m very excited by what we’ve put together for players. The script, acting and story seamlessly intertwine with this music to create a tangible world.”
The Lost Planet 3 soundtrack is available for digital download through Lost In Sound Records on August 27.
Samples are available at http://jackwall.net/lost-planet-3-music-player.
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About Lost Planet 3
Lost Planet 3 delivers a mix of action both inside and outside of Jim’s Utility Rig vehicle. Acting as a home away from home and offering protection from the ever changing climate, Jim soon discovers the Utility Rig’s array of tools are just as useful at taking out Akrid as they are at helping him fulfill his contract work. Outside the rig, the action switches to third person with Jim at the mercy of the elements. He’ll need to battle against hostile enemies with a mix of gun and melee based combat in order to survive all that is thrown at him.
In addition to the single player campaign, Lost Planet 3 features four online multiplayer modes. Players select either the NEVEC forces or the Snow Pirates in a series of team-based battles that not only see them take on the opposing team, but also compete against the extreme conditions of E.D.N. III and hordes of Akrid.
Lost Planet 3 is scheduled to release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC on August 27th in North America.
Capcom is a leading worldwide developer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment for game consoles, PCs, handheld and wireless devices. Founded in 1983, the company has created hundreds of games, including best-selling franchises Resident Evil®, Street Fighter®, Mega Man® and Devil May Cry®. Capcom maintains operations in the U.S., U.K., France, Germany, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Korea, with corporate headquarters located in Osaka, Japan. More information about Capcom and its products can be found at www.capcom.com or www.capcom-unity.com.
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