Posts Tagged ‘music in games’

Today’s Game Audio has Come a Long Way Baby!

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

Take a step back to 1978 and “Space Invaders” when music first began to color and create an emotional experience in games. Now fast forward to November 2012 when the “Halo 4 Original Soundtrack” debuted on the Billboard charts in America at number 50.

Robin Rimbaud aka Scanner talks about how the game audio industry has changed and why he is excited about the new opportunities. Rimbaud is an artist, musician and composer working in London who was the keynote speaker at the Audio Engineering Society’s 49th International Conference on Audio for Games.

Check out his observations in the article he wrote for PSN Europe.

What’s your favorite video game music?