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Submitted by heavynickel 550d ago | interview

Tunes to play by: How video-game music gets made

Composer Winifred Phillips has scored games ranging from God of War to Little Big Planet II, and most recently, Assassin’s Creed III. She sat down for an exclusive interview with Digital Trends to talk about the creative process that goes into crafting a game’s music, how she got started, and some of her favorite work. (Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation, Dev, Industry, PS Vita)

3-4-5  +   549d ago
nice :-)
GuyThatPlaysGames  +   549d ago
My biggest chore when playing a game is listening to the music. To me, music is more important than the graphics. I don't care about all the shiny objects and blah blah eye candy. Music puts you in the mood and makes you want to continue on. If a game has terrible music, then you will quickly get tired of hearing the same repeated sounds from the character/weapons/environment.

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