Submitted by Jim Crikey 1294d ago | interview

No Tune Unturned: Interview With Chainsaw (audio - Critical Gamer)

Critical Gamer's Stephen K writes: No longer content with sitting alone in a room and typing things about videogame music, I’ve invited one of the super cool people who actually compose said videogame music to join me in this third episode of No Tune Unturned. Matt “Chainsaw” Chaney, Supreme High Commander of Audiological Endeavours at Twisted Pixel Games, was kind enough to talk with me about character-based music, guitar lessons that led to falling ten feet onto concrete, and– inevitably– donuts. Educate yourself on Chainsaw history and have a listen; you’re guaranteed to have one or two rad songs stuck in your head by the end. (Comic Jumper, Culture, Dev, Matt "Chainsaw" Chaney, 'Splosion Man, The Gunstringer, Twisted Pixel, Xbox 360)

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