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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 803d ago | interview

BioShock Infinite’s composer Garry Schyman on making music for the Songbird

PCG:Garry Schyman’s career has spanned film and television but it’s his work in and with videogames that has brought him his widest acclaim, delivering complex, rich soundscapes in a body of work as remarkable for its variety as its pedigree. From Front Mission Evolved to Destroy All Humans and, not least, the original BioShock and its sequel, his work is adaptable but unique and always recognisable. I asked Schyman, ahead of BioShock Infinite’s release and amidst the hype-fever spreading web-wide, how he’s seen his specific corner of the industry mature and why working with Irrational is the best gig in game music. (BioShock: Infinite, Culture, Garry Schyman)

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