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Truly Original Melodies For Game Music: Use Your Head To Escape Your Head
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Speaker: Gerard Marino (composer, G-Musique)
Date/Time: Friday (September 7, 2007) 1:30pm 2:30pm
Location (room): 5
Track: Game Audio
Experience Level: All

Session Description
Hundreds of years of musical tradition and our current state of near continuous environmental music exposure contribute to a collective musical unconscious so densely packed that it renders the modern day game music composer greatly disadvantaged when he attempts to write a truly original theme. This lecture outlines techniques and strategies to both harness the power of the musical unconscious, and to free oneself from it, using examples from the scores of GOD OF WAR I and II. The focus is on creative conceptualization, with technical facility and gear playing supporting roles.

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