Miércoles 18 de Mayo de 2011 a las 18:00
Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS, United Kingdom
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Professor James Newman, Bath Spa University, chairs a discussion on the role of music in video games: its evolution from the Commodore 64 era to the present day and its impact on popular culture. The panelists, including composers and James Hannigan and Richard Jacques, also explore how old video game systems have been repurposed to create music. The event features an interactive music demonstration.