I am pleased to be confirmed to guest speak at Indie Game Business. I’ve known about them for two years and I attended one conference of theirs. I appreciate the content they put out and it’s been a milestone goal to be either on the podcast or guest speak at one of the events. Read More
Tag Archives: video game soundtrack
I am most thankful to be highlighted recently by IGDA for Black History Month. It’s certainly a honor.
It’s Black History Month and many highlights are happening all around. However, I got mentioned and selected by a curated playlist from Sony Music Soundtracks !
I am immensely excited to be invited back by my first Alma mater, The Los Angeles Film/Recording School. Michael Muncatchy will be interviewing me again to discuss my highly ambitious goal of scoring 12 video games in 12 months. Ambitious?
Career Announcement! I will be one of the panelist for this event! It’s quite the honor to be speaking about some heavy topics in game development and futuristic predictions about game audio. In addition, to how it drives development of audio equipment. Always thinking of the player!
The first event of the year is here and I am pleased to be partnering with Composium to present an exclusive Masterclass, “How To Start As a Video Game Composer.” This event I will be discussing the always infamous question, how I started out as a composer in the video game industry, software, my advice for young aspiring composers, and the history of video game music.
After several years, it is finally ready! It’s been a long wait and a lot of preparation over the years. Officially announcing the limited edition Deity Quest Limited Edition Soundtrack CD.
One won’t do and nine is not enough for me no! Well, that’s okay because as a video game composer, it is good to be busy! Announcing my semi-exclusive talk at the Audio Developers Conference next Thursday, November 19th.
I shipped a game! Aztec Ride Now on Android! in October, I participated in Ludum Dare 47. I was asked by some developers I met earlier this year at a virtual conference if I wanted to jam with them. I agreed. Little did I know how fast this development ride would be! Read More