Digging for Treasure: How Dynamic Audio in Classic Games Can Still Inspire Us
    March 26, 2017

    Digging for Treasure: How Dynamic Audio in Classic Games Can Still Inspire Us

    Democratized audio tools give developers new options for complex sound. Various layers of a boss encounter theme might fade in…
    How to Choose a Composer for Your Game
    February 9, 2018

    How to Choose a Composer for Your Game

    Are you thinking about whether or not to hire a composer? As a game music composer myself, I have worked…
    Let the game tell you how adaptive your music has to be
    September 12, 2016

    Let the game tell you how adaptive your music has to be

    Composing adapting music is something functional. Adaptive music appears as a necessity for your video game, and you have to…
    5 Different Ways to Use Music in Your Indie Game
    October 15, 2017

    5 Different Ways to Use Music in Your Indie Game

    One of the reasons that many of us find games so enjoyable is because of the music. As a game…
    6 tips for new composers entering the game industry
    January 4, 2018

    6 tips for new composers entering the game industry

    Video game music it's not the first option that you think when you take your musical instrument for the first…
    The future of sound: VR gaming audio
    November 10, 2016

    The future of sound: VR gaming audio

    Game designers have access to the tools and resources to bring a seemingly real-life experience to gamers, but a new…
    Into the jungle of free resources: a guide for one-man teams and small game studios
    November 2, 2017

    Into the jungle of free resources: a guide for one-man teams and small game studios

    Here you'll find a couple nice tips to travel into the jungle and find what you need to setup at…
    How to Finish Your Project Pt. 2
    November 12, 2016

    How to Finish Your Project Pt. 2

    In my last article, I talked a lot about ways to create a clear vision for your project so you…
    Game Music and Emotion
    March 26, 2017

    Game Music and Emotion

    Music is essential to building a good video game. No matter what kind of game you are making, music is…
    6 Things to Discuss With Your Composer Before a Project
    April 5, 2016

    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…
    Bite size Exercise: Music and pacing!
    June 30, 2016

    Bite size Exercise: Music and pacing!

    Good music can easily make a good game great, how?
    Adaptive Music In Video Games
    April 11, 2016

    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…
    When the intro song of my game became the center of a copyright dispute
    April 24, 2017

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

    When it comes to copyright disputes, companies don't begin tightening their grip around the throats of any artist out there,…
    Ephemeral Soundscapes – The Adaptive Indie Score for Verdant Skies
    February 12, 2018

    Ephemeral Soundscapes – The Adaptive Indie Score for Verdant Skies

    Featuring a lovingly hand-painted alien world and a diverse cast of characters, Verdant Skies is a nonviolent game that is…

    Game Music

    A good game is nothing without music and sound effects. In this section, experts in audio design will bring you their perspectives about how to add good quality music for excellent quality gameplay experiences.

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