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episode 3: music composition for video games

Episode 3: Music Composition for Video Games – Battle Music RELOADED!

Today we’re going to explore and break down a track with a little more depth. This track is in the Sci-Fi/Hybrid realm, and is MUCH more advanced and complex than the first Sci Fi track, the short battle loop we looked at in Episode 2. Notice how I use long,... Read More »

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Episode 2: Music Composition for Video Games – Intro to Battle Music!

Battle music is a huge and varied term, so for this intro, I’d like to focus on two popular genres: Sci-Fi/Modern action and fantasy/RPG action. If you’re unsure of where a certain game falls, in regards to these categories, just ask yourself, “Are they using guns or swords?” Fantasy games... Read More »

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Episode 1: Music Composition for Video Games

Today, we’re going to dive into the world of video game music. From vast, sweeping orchestral scores, to delicate ambient soundscapes, all the way to aggressive, cutting edge rock and EDM, the evolution of video game music, and the medium as a whole, has been nothing short of inspiring. We’re... Read More »

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