"Get out, and go to things you wouldn't necessarily think you'd want to go do, because it will make you better just by having a bigger rolodex of ideas in your brain."
"It was...a great honour to be picking up the torch for two of the most beloved entertainment franchises from my own youth."
Talking with Martin Mulrooney at Alternative Magazine Online about my work on the scores to Telltale Games' Jurassic Park and Back to the Future titles, and about my voiceover work as the Marquis DeSinge in Tales of Monkey Island.
"Evil and crazy are two of my favorite things to play, so DeSinge was a special treat for me."
"Occasionally I'll write something, or start something, and it just doesn't quite go in the direction I was intending, so I'll usually set it aside. More often than not I'll end up finding a spot for it later in the season, though...I'll end up using it somewhere."
"Oftentimes I’m just unleashed and left to my own devices—which can be a lot of fun for me."
"Believe it or not, Wallace actually had a 99.9% original score. I did make and record a transcription of the main theme for the credits sequences, but everything else in that score was all newly composed and produced for the games."
"Season two was even more fun than season one, partly because of all the stylistic variety it afforded me, but also because I think it did generally veer more toward the dark-side of the universe, and that is always musically appealing to me."
"Though the entity known as Bay Area Sound (www.basound.com) has been around since 2000, the roots of its principals, Julian Kwasneski and Jared Emerson-Johnson, go back much further."