Posts Tagged ‘game music’

Getting In The Game With Audio

Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

Gaming is a huge industry, with major game titles attracting budgets that would rival many Hollywood movies. Just as in movies, games require a significant investment in audio, sound effects and music in order to be a truly compelling experience…

Interactive Music In Games

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Music is becoming an increasingly significant part of computer games, and this is an industry that composers/musicians should certainly be keeping a close eye on. One Montreal-based game studio in particular is now taking game music interactivity to a new level…

Rock Band Opens To Indie Musicians

Monday, July 20th, 2009

Computer games are now a very valuable promotional tool for musicians, and can be a decent revenue stream in their own right. The success of Rock Band has led to a flurry of sequels, and now any musician can apply to have their tunes included in the game…

Gaming The Music Industry

Thursday, June 7th, 2007

Considering the nominal decline of CD sales worldwide, it is clear that musicians need to explore (and, if possible, invent) as many new avenues of self-promotion as possible. Whilst the Internet is perhaps the most obvious channel for such development, there are other areas that have a growing need for quality music, such as film, tv and various theatrical or multimedia projects.