Crysis Music Composed by Inon Zur


The music for the upcoming FPS, Crysis, has been completely scored by seasoned composer, Inon Zur. The composer was commissioned by Crytek to create the score for their next ground-breaking action game. Zur is known for his work on past video games, such as SOCOM II, Syberia II, and Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones. According to Joseph Zajonc, audio director for Crytek:

“Inon’s ability to describe a complex situation through music is uncanny. He grasps human interaction and internal conflict and delivers musical support for these scenarios with sensitivity and assuredness in his compositions. Inon’s sense of orchestration and the sound palette he has developed for this title are integral to the feel and identity of Crysis.”

Hopefully we’ll get to hear Zur’s compositions when the game is shipped this November.

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David H

On August 14, 2007 at 11:54 pm

Did you also produce the sound effects? because the way English was mixed with Korean was genius ; waasssup, among many others. I listened to the Zero G level music; very disorientating and foreign with a hint of familiarity. I’m sure this is what you were aiming for. Here is something just for you Inon Zur

John D.

On November 28, 2007 at 8:49 pm

Where can I download the music of Crysis?