Jason Page

aka: No Other Medicine
Moby ID: 1864

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Jason Page is a musician and programmer. Page's first job in the video games industry was at Graftgold where he was the in-house musician, replacing Steve Turner. He later worked freelance until he became an audio manager at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe.

Page wrote most of the music for the first Gran Turismo game, around 45 minutes worth. The licenced tracks were the only ones he did not write. He also wrote the music for most of the Official PlayStation Magazine's cover disks from around 1996 onwards. Lesser known work includes the creation of audio drivers for PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3.

As of 2019 Page was working at Unity in Brighton, managing the Console Support Team which was based both in the UK and Pereira, Colombia.

Credited on 77 games

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PixelJunk Scrappers Deluxe (2023, Windows) Music
Happy's Humble Burger Farm (2021, Windows) Happy's Theme Singer
Marvel Iron Man VR (2020, PlayStation 4) Unity Enterprise
Scrappers (2020, iPhone) Music
Paper Beast (2020, PlayStation 4) Unity Support Team
Ori and the Will of the Wisps (2020, Xbox One) Unity Technologies
Outer Wilds (2019, Xbox One) Special Thanks to the Unity Developers and Engineers
Vane (2019, PlayStation 4) Special Thanks
Fe (2018, PlayStation 4) Unity Support
Putty Squad (2013, Amiga) Music by
Number Jumper Deluxe (2012, iPhone) Musician
WipEout 2048 (2012, PS Vita) Senior Manager
Killzone 3 (2011, PlayStation 3) SCEE Developer Services
F1 2010 (2010, Windows) Thanks to
Killzone 2 (2009, PlayStation 3) SCEE Technical Support
Unreal Tournament III (2008, Xbox 360) Special Thanks
GRID (2008, Windows) Special Thanks
Sensible World of Soccer '96/'97 (2007, Xbox 360) Music & SFX
DiRT (2007, Xbox 360) Additional Assistance
MotorStorm (2006, PlayStation 3) Special Thanks

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