AWARD-WINNING

MUSIC AND AUDIO

FEATURED WORK

ABOUT WILL LOCONTO

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With more than 30 years in the recording and videogame industries, Will Loconto brings a comprehensive body of knowledge, experience, and creativity to his work. He is lead vocalist/songwriter for T-4-2 (Columbia Records), a member of the electronic band Aural Imperative and also spent several years with Information Society (Reprise Records). Will is currently Chairman and Co-Founder of Ternion Records, an Austin, Texas based independent music label. In the game industry, he has served as Audio Director at two companies (ION Storm and Third Law Interactive) and has been a featured lecturer at Southern Methodist University’s Guildhall. Will is a member of NARAS, ASCAP, the International Game Developers Association, and the Game Audio Network Guild.

TESTIMONIALS OVER THE YEARS

 

2009 Game Audio Network Guild Awards

Best Original Instrumental, Nominee – “The Heist” – Pictureka Museum Mayhem – Will Loconto

2009 Game Audio Network Guild Awards
X-Men: The Official Game DS Review, GameChronicles.com

“The soundtrack rises to the occasion bringing some heroic scores to the mix making the audio the best part of the game.”

X-Men: The Official Game DS Review, GameChronicles.com
2011 Hollywood Music in Media Awards

Best Original Score – Video Game, Nominee – “Apophis” and “Ascension” – RAGE (with Assaf Rinde and Rod Abernethy)

2011 Hollywood Music in Media Awards
Zombie Apocalypse Review, Kombo.com

“The very first thing I noticed when I booted up Zombie Apocalypse was the soundtrack. The music in the game has a very lonely, dark feeling to it, and I felt that it set the mood perfectly…The game’s soundtrack also sounded like they came straight from a horror movie.”

Zombie Apocalypse Review, Kombo.com
Warcry.com E3 Awards

Best Sound of E3 2004 – Tabula Rasa

Warcry.com E3 Awards
RAGE Review, VicoGaming.com

“Considering the game is called RAGE, the introduction cinematic completely surprised me. Not only does it perfectly establish the framework for the story, but is also accompanied by haunting piano music that invokes an actual emotional response. Simple, sad and incredibly effective; it is one of my favourite introduction cinematics of any game.”

RAGE Review, VicoGaming.com