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Cord Worldwide and Laced Records: Helping bring music to your game — and your game to vinyl

We talk to the games music experts behind Cord Worldwide and Laced Records, Alastair Lindsay and Danny Kelleher, about how to choose the music for your game and how the digital shift in games plus game consumers’ need to collect has made the future of vinyls (very) bright

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Margin Makers: Guide to video game music

From stirring strings to the bleeps of 8-bit classics, MCV explores the musical landscape of games From the opening notes of Super Mario to the rousing chords of Fallout, the music of games has become as integral to players’ experience as visuals and gameplay. In line with the evolution of …

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Play on: How video game music is rocking the classical world

Dadadada-daa-daa-da-duh-daa. Play the victory fanfare from the Final Fantasy series to almost any gamer and they’re likely to join in with a vocal rendition by the final note. For video game fans, Final Fantasy VII’s One Winged Angel, The Legend of Zelda’s Overworld Theme and the Mario Ground Theme hold …

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