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Episode Info: Cody Matthew Johnson is a multi-media composer, music producer, sound designer, and multi-instrumentalist. While obtaining his Bachelor of Music in Composition Scoring for Visual Media, he began to work alongside critically acclaimed composer Jeff Rona (“Far Cry 4”, “God of War III”) composing additional music, producing, and mixing a variety of TV, film and game projects. He is credited on scores for TNT’s “Claws”, Sony’s PSN debut series “Powers”, and a variety of feature films and documentaries.Johnson first caught Capcom’s attention with his remixes of classic Capcom and Marvel character theme songs for “Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite”, including “Devil May Cry 3”, “Spider-Man”, “Captain America”, “Mega Man”, and “Ghosts n’ Goblins.”In this episode, we continue our exploration some of the music from Devil May Cry 5 - the latest in the Devil May Cry video game franchise directed by Hideaki Itsuno. In episode 73, we heard from composer Jeff Rona and his work on the piece, "Crimson Tide" representing one of game's demon hunters, "V," and now we hear from Cody Matthew Johnson who shares his story about the new theme for another of the game's demon hunters "Dante."Cody Matthew Johnson talks about how he came onto the project and what it was like to write music for a character that he had previously remixed. He describes how he approached writing his piece for a series which had already established a strong musical history. Like Rona, he talks about the difference in how the music is used in the game itself as opposed to the piece on the soundtrack. ANNOTATED TRACKS / SEGMENTS02:14- SubhumanSOUNDTRACKThe soundtrack was release on March 20, 2019 by Capcom and can be purchased from and iTunes and streamed on Spotify and Apple Music.MORE ABOUT THE COMPOSERSYou can find out more about and hear more music by Cody Matthew Johnson at his official site or follow him on Twitter @codymatthewjABOUT THE ANNOTATORProduced by Christopher Coleman (@ccoleman) and you can Find more episodes at THEANNOTATOR.NET or you can subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher Radio or wherever you find quality podcasts.FOLLOW USTwitter @audioannotatorFacebook @TheAnnotatorEmail theannotatorpodcast@gmail.comSUBSCRIBEiTunesSpotifyStitcher RadioRadioPublicGoogle Play PodcastsRSS Feed
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