We’ve conducted a number of studies in games and interactive media to understand what people think about music and interactive media. Our main goal was to get received opinion on current music solutions, to understand thoughts on interactive and adaptive music, to know what people might want in terms of these ideas and to look Read the full post... The post What do VR Users and Gamers think of Music? [Survey Results] appeared first on Melodrive blog.
In the first part of this blog series, I talked about the streamer subculture and significant figures that have risen to notoriety. I looked at the common genres of music used, and discussed some key issues that have started to be connected to the niche activity. This blog will look more deeply into one of Read the full post... The post Music For Video Game Streaming, Part II appeared first on Melodrive blog.
A background of background music in video game videos A gaming subculture, video game streaming, has emerged that involves a fluid interaction between games, people, and music. It has been made possible through advancements in computing power and streaming technology, the development of games that can be played through the internet, and readily accessible music. Read the full post... The post Video Game Streamers, Part I appeared first on Melodrive blog.
Video game music comes in a variety of forms, widened by the wealth of mixed media that comprise games themselves — gameplay, music, storytelling, game theory, art design, VR, etc. — which amount to an exuberant tapestry. As the video game industry increases its breadth and appeal, game music (and the games themselves) must become Read the full post... The post Music style and genre in Indie and Jam Games appeared first on Melodrive blog.
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