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gamedevmap A Composer's Guide to Game Music: Winifred Phillips: 9780262026642: Amazon.com: Books Australian Music Centre : Breaking Sound Barriers Microphone Data - Home How to Get Your First Job Composing for Video Games A lot of people have asked me how I got into composing for games (and especially how to land that first paying gig). While my career is very short so far I do think I can share a couple of pointers for people hoping to get their foot in the door. I think the plan I followed when I got started is doable by anyone, and a fantastic way of getting that first gig in the video game industry. The focus here is not just getting hired on a project no matter what. The focus here is on getting hired on a really great project that's right for you. Step 1: Know Your Forte When I decided I wanted to score a video game, I realized my endeavors would be all the more successful (but more importantly: enjoyable!) This may seem rather obvious written out like that, but I think many people looking for their first gig forget this. In my particular case, I wanted to find a game that was: - story-driven like a film - produced in a cinematic style - adventurous and larger-than-life, requiring a symphonic score

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