Podcast Matt Kenyon (Composer) and Host of the Composer Code invited me on to his podcast. Composer Code has been a podcast for a few years now. Interviewing new video game composers to AAA composers such as Gary Schyman, Gordy Haab and Grant Kirkhope.
Hello everyone! Chase Bethea here to share a wonderful project I had the joy to be a part of. As a video game composer, it is important to be always creating. And that is why, I loved having the opportunity to create a piece of music for The Snowstorm album, now available on bandcamp!
I had the pleasure of being asked by Professor Samoff to speak to the Moorpark College Game Design Class for the 3rd time. Every time, I refine the talk and make it more cohesive and interactive as possible. It’s always a joy to give back and educate.Read More
Today is huge. Aground, developed by Fancy Fish Games, is finally releasing the on Early Access. The team and I have been working on this game since July 2017. It started out as a prototype and since the game studio released it online, it has a grown into something bigger.Read More
Another E3 in the bag. This year is the first time I went by myself. It felt nice. I was able to come and go as I please each day and wander until my heart’s content. I met up with old friends and made new ones. Here are some of the things I learned this year.
Today I was asked by Tim Samoff who teaches the Game Design course at Moorpark College to come and give a guest lecture. I was super honored to be called back after just speaking last September 2017!
My alumni school, Los Angeles Recording, did a spotlight on me. Watch the video to hear my thoughts on what synths I currently use and why I decided to got to LARS.
If you’re not familiar Materia Collective made a huge splash based on the announcement of FVII being completely remastered and sparked an idea in Sebastian Wolff’s heart to create the biggest collaboration album ever called Materia.
What another great year at PSX! It was my second time attending the conference in Anaheim and I really enjoy that PSX has it there. It was crazy because I had the idea that PSX should have trivia while we were here and they did! So, this year I got to participate! I didn’t win but it was a good experience. (No pun) Check out the rest of the photos to see the cool booths that were there.
I finally managed to make it to The Game Awards this year. I went with two great people. One of my best friends, Efosa and my girlfriend, Brooke. Brooke and I got front row, front stage seats. We had such a great time being in that atmosphere and seeing how it all came together. It was great!