October 25, 2007
Gaming Night Saturday 11/3 from 7-10pm
Join Guy Garnett and Stephen Taylor from the University and members of local game company Volition as they discuss music and its relation to current video game technologies and production practices. A panel discussion will provide some insight into topics such as generating music as an integral aesthetic component of game worlds, a critical analysis of music in video games and their role in the game development process, as well as discussions of how composers can get involved with making music for video games. No gaming night would be complete without a friendly musical competition in the form of a Guitar Hero III contest with prizes.
The panel discussion will start a little after 7pm in room 291 on the upper level of the Undergrad Library. Consoles will also be set up to play a number of music themed games, as well as other selections from our collection. So come enjoy a night of gaming at the Undergrad with your friends...
For further information contact David Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by undergrad at October 25, 2007 3:36 PM
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I am looking forward to the next development of Guitar Hero. I am pretty decent at the game so far.
Posted by: S W Allen at February 15, 2009 9:57 PM