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Course Introduction and Inverview with Tim Summers

Dr Kenny McAlpine sets out the outcomes for his short course on video game music and interviews ludomusicologist, Tim Summers.

Before we begin to explore the history and development of video game music, it’s worth taking a moment or two to think about what makes game music different from other forms of music, particularly other forms of media music.

Here, I interview Tim Summers, an academic and author from Royal Holloway, who specialises in the musicology of video game music.

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Video Game Design and Development: A Bit-by-Bit History of Video Game Music: Video Game Sound and Music

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