Chris Tilton scores the Jumper: Griffin’s Story video game
Posted on February 14, 2008 by Dan Goldwasser
Last fall, composer Chris Tilton recorded his score to the Brash Entertainment video game, Jumper: Griffin’s Story, based on the new film from Twentieth Century Fox. The scoring session was held at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Brothers, where a 72-piece orchestra performed the music. (Please check the bottom of the page for exclusive MP3 samples!)
Tim Simonec conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony
Composer Chris Tilton scored Jumper: Griffin’s Story
Tilton, who had worked with composer Michael Giacchino on "Alias" and BLACK, wrote a tense and rhythmic thematic score with strong brass passages, which also pays homage to the works of John Powell, the composer of the feature film.
The brass section
Emil Richards performs on Jumper: Griffin’s Story
Using the same team he’s worked with for years, Tilton (who orchestrated the score himself) had Tim Simonec conduct the Hollywood Studio Symphony, scoring mixer Dan Wallin at the mixing board, and music editors Steve Davis and Paul Apelgren.
Scoring mixer Dan Wallin and composer Chris Tilton
Music editors Paul Apelgren and Steve Davis
Contractor Reggie Wilson and composer Chris Tilton
Released by Brash Entertainment, Jumper: Griffin’s Story is now available for Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and Playstation 2.