Hidenori Iwasaki, Jordan Seigal, and Shinnosuke Miyazawa have officially teamed up to discuss how they brought the music behind LEFT ALIVE to life in their latest video. Here’s everything you need to know.
As apart of the build-up to the upcoming release of LEFT ALIVE; Square Enix and film score mixer Shinnosuke Miyazawa (007 Spectre, Finding Dory, The Last Guardian), orchestrator Jordan Seigel (Trolls, Ant-Man and the Wasp), and Hidenori Iwasaki (FRONT MISSION series) came together at the world-famous Abbey Studios in London, England, in order to discuss their inspirations and their creative process in bringing the score for LEFT ALIVE to life.
In the latest video leading up to its release, we get a good look at “The Music of LEFT ALIVE” starting now. In the video, Iwasaki-san states that he is “sure that the sort of music we made for LEFT ALIVE is something they have a lot of experience with.”
With their history, both Miyazawa-san and Seigel both have a long history in both video games and Hollywood score productions. Iwasaki-san continues stating that Square Enix “makes a lot of really happy games, and the games I worked on before this were a totally different genre,” he says. “So for me, it was a really an interesting challenge.”
From its soft and tame moments to its most thrilling, LEFT ALIVE is sure to leave an impact on us when the game launches on March 5, 2019, for PC and PlayStation 4.
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