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Hi all. I arranged the Heat Man theme from the NES classic Mega Man 2 for 3 classical guitars. Enjoy. By the way, I'm new on OCR and didn't find a topic specifically for instrumental covers. If one exists please let me know and I will re-post. EM
HI OC Remix, ThinkSpace Education is now offering Game Music and Audio postgraduate degrees online MA Sound Design for Video Games MA Composing for Video Games MFA Game Music and Audio You may already know that Game Music/Audio can be vastly different to film or animation. Until now a huge amount of the information you need to compete professionally has been kept away from students and any material available is usually out of date. Our courses are here to rectify that. Providing up to date industry knowledge. Taught by tutors who are working right now in the heart of the gaming industry. Our tutors have an astonishingly impressive credit list that includes; Dragon Age, Assassins Creed, Need for Speed, Bioshock 2, Metal Gear Rising, Just Cause and so much more! You will be diving into industry standard technologies like Unity and Fmod, providing you the experience to start working on your own projects. The course includes video tutorials with industry specialists like Andy Gibson (Audio Lead on Drakensang online) and interviews with composers and sound designers on both AAA and indie games. The course is built on real game projects, either created for us or commercially available releases. Studios like Fishing Cactus and League of Geeks have featured their work on our course. You will work in engine, under the same conditions as you will in the real world. Coupled with all the qualities you now expect of ThinkSpace Education, you will receive a one of a kind education from any where in the world, with access to industry specialists and ThinkSpace Support. If that wasn’t enough, these courses are certified in partnership with the University of Chichester. ThinkSpace is also part of the wider Game Music community, sponsoring this years Ludomusicology conference. Students will receive videos of academic papers on game music and audio from these conferences. We encourage anyone interested to complete the form on the website to officially register their interest. We will keep you up to date and inform you when applications open up! If you have any questions about the course or have any thoughts in general, please email me directly matthew (at) ThinkSpace education.com and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Happy composing! Matt @ThinkspaceEd
Hey fellow OC ReMixers! I wanted to share the first episode in my new YouTube series, Game Audio Analysis. As a composer and sound designer for video games, I'll be using these videos to share knowledge, tips, and tricks for other aspiring game audio professionals. I'm starting out with some basic ideas, but I'll gradually be moving on to topics that are more advanced. New episodes will be posted weekly! If you have any questions or just want to get in touch, leave a comment below. You can also reach out to me via PM, Twitter, and my website. Thanks guys, and I'm curious to hear what all of you think!