This is a guest post by Ben Stansfield.
Ben Stansfields, an assistant professor of communication at Ohio State University, recently created a music track for the video game Uncharted 4.
The track, “Bryant,” is a jazz-rock song by the Philadelphia-based jazz pianist and composer, Bryant Bryant.
The song was written for the Uncharted series, and the video is an homage to Bryant’s life.
“It’s just so good, I could never have imagined it, even though I’ve been making music since I was in the ninth grade,” Stansworth told Mashable.
It was just really nice to hear his music as it was being created.””
I’ve never been a big fan of the music that’s coming out of Japan, so I was really excited to see how Bryant’s music was going to work in the game.
It was just really nice to hear his music as it was being created.”
Stansworth also said the song was inspired by the movie The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, which was a big inspiration for the song.
“We wanted to do something that felt very cinematic and not feel like you were going to be shooting with your phone and you’re looking through a telescope,” he said.
Stannies said he originally wanted to have Bryant perform the track at the premiere of the game in March but it was too late to do so. “
The song is based on the movie, so we wanted to make it a little more cinematic and very cinematic.”
Stannies said he originally wanted to have Bryant perform the track at the premiere of the game in March but it was too late to do so.
He is currently developing a new track for Uncharted 4, but he said he is working on a song for the game’s soundtrack.
“I feel like it’s one of those things that we’re trying to do at the same time, because the movie has a lot of songs that are really big in the video games, and I think that’s a really cool thing,” he told Mashables.
“I just want to get this song out there, and it’s a song that will probably be in the soundtrack.
I’m trying to figure out how to make this work.”