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05 The Dash

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On August 24, 2007 2K Games released an orchestral score soundtrack on their official homepage. Available in MP3 format, the score composed by Garry Schyman contains 12 tracks from the game.

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Garry Schyman is a composer for film, television, and video games. He has composed for Revenge of the Nerds III and IV, as well as the video games Destroy All Humans! and Voyeur. At the time of writing, Garry also announced he was composing the score for the upcoming game Bioshock.

Schyman realized his affection for music at the age of 12 and was quick to commandeer the family piano, which had originally been a birthday gift for his older brother. By playing and internalizing the great composers from the early 20th century, Schyman’s love of music flourished and eventually led him on to graduate from the University of Southern California with a degree in Music Composition. After USC, Schyman studied under the tutelage of the great 12-tone composer and teacher George Tremblay. This exposure would provide Schyman with the foundation on which to base his unique and incredibly successful career in composition.

Among his most famous early scores is his work on cult TV classics such as: THE A-TEAM, MAGNUM PI and THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO. He went on to score one of the most interesting and innovative video games from the early 1990’s, VOYEUR for which his groundbreaking orchestral music received an award for Best Original Game Score.

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