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    • #7472
      Aphra K
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      There are not often events on in town around music or sound in games so this one might be worth checking out.

      Aphra

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      A Day in the Life of a Music Maker for Video Games & Film
      Twisted Pepper, 54 Abbey Street, Dublin

      31st October

      2pm-5pm

      Tickets 10 euro online or 12 at the door

      Danish Composer for video games and films, Thomas Regin, and a number of amateur & pro games developers, filmmakers and musicians will be at the Twister Pepper, on Saturday 31st October (2pm-5pm) as part of the meetforeal.com series of events that provoke idea sharing and inspiration, with passionate speakers, and cool conversation with people from diverse industries.

      see see http://www.meetforeal.com/retrieveevent.do?eid=24

    • #45118
      Anonymous
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      on a related topic (that topic being Game Audio of course) EA are releasing three soundtracks to their big titles.

      Mass Effect 2’s looks (IMO) to be the one to look out for, with 27 tracks.

      Dante’s Inferno, and Bad Company 2 are also coming to an iTunes near you.

      Link:
      http://www.gametunes.net/2010/01/09/a-trio-of-upcoming-releases-from-e-a-r-s/

    • #45278
      Anonymous
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      very nice .. Thanks Brendan !

    • #45292
      Anonymous
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      …and a Bioshock 2 interview relating to the musical score/soundtrack. good to see this stuff becoming more common.

      http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/27117/Interview_Composer_Garry_Schyman_Talks_BioShock_Soundtracks.php

      enjoy.

      B.

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