Adam Skorupa was born in 1975 and lives in Poland. He works as a full time composer and sound designer for a video games company. He has scored the music for several games (Painkiller, The Witcher), cartoons and TV commercials. Together with 3 pals he also formed the band Aural Planet and have released three CD albums of trance and electronic music.
Marcin Przybyłowicz is a Polish composer, arranger, pianist. Graduate of the M. Karlowicz High School of Music in Poznan (first instrument – trumpet). Since 2003 student at the Department of Jazz and Light Music, Bydgoszcz Music Academy (Poland).
In 2007 awarded 1st Prize by the Polish national television channel TVP2 for participation in their young talent grant competition “Dolina Kreatywna” (“Creative Valley”).
His inexhaustible source of inspiration lies in the world of Western light music, from jazz to soul. Among his musical tastes the works of top notch film music composers, especially Danny Elfman, Hans Zimmer and Henry Mancini, occupy a significant place.
All these fascinations are reflected in Marcin’s works; however, to look for passive imitation of common ideas in these compositions would be a vain effort. His music can rivet the attention of the audience, and the volume of various interesting harmonic solutions bears witness to the composer’s creative instinct and attractive musical imagination.
Paweł Błaszczak is a Polish game music composer, who created soundtrack for first-person-shooters «Chrome» (2003), «Call of Juarez» (2006), «Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood» (2009) and PC role-playing game «The Witcher» («Wiedźmin», 2007) in collaboration with Adam Skorupa. He created his first compositions for the video game developer «Techland» in 1997. He currently works as a freelance composer.