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Music: Design, Production and Implementation
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Music: Design, Production and Implementation

Speakers: Chuck Doud, Clint Bajakian, Jonathan Mayer, Matt Levine

Track: Audio

Format: Panel

Experience Level: All

Description: This session offers the audience Sony Computer Entertainment America's global approach to music across all SCEA titles, as well as detail some of its leading properties such as WARHADK for PlayStation 3, GOD OF WAR 2 for PS2, SYPHON FILTER: LOGAN'S SHADOW for PSP and the latest SOCOM: U.S. NAVY SEALs for PS2 and PSP. Emphasis is placed on process, consisting of music design, production, and implementation. The panel addresses all key aspects of music development in Sony titles including its overall approach, the design phase, preproduction planning, production and implementation. Emphasis is placed on how the connection is made by way of a managed process between the original creative vision for music in a game and the ultimate concrete result that goes out to the world.

Idea Takeaway: The attendee takes away insight into the guiding philosophy and methodology behind game music development at Sony - knowledge that can be used in future game music endeavors, shared with other professional colleagues or simply retained as a reference point for at least how one major developer approaches music for games.

Intended Audience: Everyone at all experience levels interested in how a major developer approaches and produces music in its titles is welcome. Music and sound professionals are most closely related, including audio directors, music producers, composers, music editors, sound designers. Non-sound and music professionals including producers, directors and newcomers to the game industry are also encouraged to attend.

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