Roget, II is an award-winning composer for the film and video
game industries. An experienced and well-rounded classical
musician, Roget received his Music degree from Yale University,
graduating With Distinction and winning several awards in the
His unique and diverse
musical voice combines elements of large and small performing
forces, traditional and modern instrumentation, electronic
manipulation of acoustic instruments and sweeping orchestral
gesture. Drawing influence from Western Classical music as well
as the sounds, idioms, and harmonies of world music from
Bulgaria to Bali, Roget has developed a very personal sound and
wide, versatile compositional range.
In 2008 Wilbert joined the in-house music
LucasArts, working as a composer for
Star Wars: The Old Republic
and music editor on
Wars: The Force Unleashed series,
Island special edition remakes,
and several other titles.
In 2011 he had the honor of winning two
Game Audio Network Guild
awards for his contributions to the Star Wars: The Old Republic
soundtrack. His final soundtrack as LucasArts' staff composer
was the unreleased
Star Wars: First Assault, a live orchestral
score recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra
at Abbey Road Studios.
As a freelance composer, Roget has scored Lara Croft
and the Temple of Osiris and
Dead Island 2,
with his music for these titles earning award nominations from
Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (D.I.C.E. Awards)
as well as the Game Audio Network Guild.
He is also a
successful sample library developer, having founded
and produced the
Vocalisa: Slavic Women's Choir,
Sitar Nation, and
sample libraries; now mainstays in the film
and video game music composition world.