Matthew Burns – Shade Grown Games
Samantha Kalman – Sentris
Shaw-Han Liem – Robot and Proud
This episode finds the Game Audio Podcast exploring the world of “games that use music as a gameplay mechanism” with three talented game designers. Each have been experimenting with the connections between music and games in their own way; Matthew Burns (Shade Grown Games) with Starbloom & Planck, Samantha Kalman (Timber Interactive) with her recently Kickstarted Sentris, and Shaw-Han Liem in collaboration with Jonathan Mak (Quesy Games) on Sound Shapes. Through discussion involving: games as musical instruments, visual scores, game design as composition, live-coding, and more, we talk through some of the reasons why music games are alive-and-well in the world today. Joy!
Game Audio Relevance: Sound Shapes – Notations21 – MIT DSP Video Lectures (iTunes) – The Big MAT Book – Algoraving: Dancing to Coding – MusicDSP.org
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