Music is incredibly important for games some would even say: more important than graphics. Because music puts us in the right mood, conveys feelings more clearly than 100 lines of dialogue and thus decisively shapes what we all want: atmospheric worlds in which we can sink.
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How game music is created
This is how game music is created
In the podcast, the two tell how they compose, how they approach a new project, what information they get from developers and how often a piece of music has to be changed afterwards.
They also make for one of the best moments in our podcast history: You wrote a fanfare for Maurice! A necromancer fanfare that you can also listen to individually below. And Robin has a dark past with Micha. Which? We tell it in the podcast!
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