Also Known As
- Rom DiPrisco
- Romulus Mars Priscus
- Romolo Di Prisco
|Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)||("Cykloid" Produced by)|
|Full Auto 2: Battlelines (2007)||(Front End Music written and produced by)|
|Unreal Tournament III (2007)||(Music)|
|Full Auto (2006)||(In-game Adaptive Music Mixing and Production)|
|Full Auto 2: Battlelines (2006)||(Original Adaptive Music Mix)|
|Dead Man's Hand (2004)||(Music)|
|Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 (2002)||("Cykloid" Written by)|
|NHL 2002 (2001)||(In Game Music)|
|Rune: Gold (2001)||(Music)|
|Rune: Halls of Valhalla (2001)||(Music)|
|SSX Tricky (2001)||(Audio Post)|
|007: Racing (2000)||(Mission Music)|
|Blair Witch, Volume II: The Legend of Coffin Rock (2000)||(Music)|
|Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed (2000)||(Sound Effects)|
|Need for Speed: High Stakes (1999)||(In House Music Compositions)|
|Sled Storm (1999)||(Morphic Dreams)|
|Xtreme Sports Arcade Summer Edition (1999)||(Composed by)|
|Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit (1998)||(Music)|
|Need for Speed II (1997)||(Additional Music)|
|Need for Speed II: SE (1997)||(Music)|
|Spy Hunter 2 (2003)||(Special Thanks to)|
|Guacamelee!: Definite Collection (2015)||(DrinkBox Studios Credits)|
|Guacamelee! (2013)||(Guacamelee! Team)|
Rom Di Prisco is a classically trained composer (and hardcore gamer) with over 8 years experience in the videogame industry. He has worked on over 25 game soundtracks for companies like Electronic Arts, Rockstar Games, Atari, and Midway.
Rom's music has also been featured in TV shows such as America's Next Top Model, Ride with Funkmaster Flex, The Sopranos, and MTV Cribs, and he has released music on over 25 record labels worldwide, such as Bedrock, Capitol / EMI, Instinct Records, and Nettwerk Records.
Rom is also a remixer, and has produced remixes for artists such as Ivy, Skinny Puppy, Cirrus, DJ Christopher Lawrence, Richard Humpty Vission, and Fear Factory.
When Rom is not writing music, he keeps himself busy collecting videogame paraphernalia, adding to his collection of over 500 games, and over 15 game consoles spanning from the late 70s up to all the latest systems.
Last updated: Nov 26, 2004