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5 Different Ways to Use Music in Your Indie Game
1 month ago

5 Different Ways to Use Music in Your Indie Game

By  • Game Music

One of the reasons that many of us find games so enjoyable is because of the music. As a game music composer it is my privilege and honour to work on the music for various games. I believe that the music supports the overall gaming experience and that it’s important to get this right.
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5 Reasons to Invest in Great Game Music
5 months ago

5 Reasons to Invest in Great Game Music

By  • Game Music

There comes a time in every game development process where one will start to think about the music. Can you create the soundtrack yourself? Should you try to find some royalty free music to use? Should you hire a composer? There are many options available to you, but which way should you go!?
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The 80s: a decade I can’t stop dreaming about
6 months ago

The 80s: a decade I can’t stop dreaming about

I have a thing for the 80’s and I can’t help it. It’s everywhere you look at on my work.
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When the intro song of my game became the center of a copyright dispute
7 months ago

When the intro song of my game became the center of a copyright dispute

Companies like this don’t eventually just begin tightening their grip around the throats of any artist out there, they show the means and ability to enforce it.
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Life evolution through technology and games
8 months ago

Life evolution through technology and games

As the G generation starts coming into the workplace and we see remarkable technology improvements, I thought it would be interesting to look at how our lives have evolved.
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Game Music and Emotion
8 months ago

Game Music and Emotion

Music is essential to building a good video game. No matter what kind of game you are making, music is essential to supporting what’s going on during gameplay and should hit the correct emotional tones of whatever is going on in the game.
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Adaptive Music In Video Games
2 years ago

Adaptive Music In Video Games

When you’re starting on a project it is important to design your game so that the player doesn’t have the exact same experience twice. Game designers will include as many different scenes and action combinations as possible to keep the players on their toes and to keep their interest in the game. A game that is too repetitive will often lose the interest of the player and one way to make your game world seem less repetitive is to use some clever music.
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6 Things to Discuss With Your Composer Before a Project
2 years ago

6 Things to Discuss With Your Composer Before a Project

So you want to hire a composer to create music for your game. Good choice! The only problem is: where do you begin your search for the perfect fit …
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