As part of the first annual Grassroots Game Conference, held from April 23 through April 29, 2012 throughout the city of Philadelphia, a series of lectures were held on the subject of music as it applies to videogames.
Located in the Elaine C. Levitt Auditorium at the University of the Arts, Youngmoo Kim, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Drexel University, and Dain Saint, technical director at Cipher Prime Studios, spoke on their different experiences and backgrounds relating to music fused with interactive media. After individually taking the podium, the two speakers sat down for a discussion over a variety of topics ranging from music education, learning music through games, the importance of sound and soundtracks and their different uses, and many more.
This event was held on April 27, 2012.
The Grassroots Game Conference is an endeavor of the Philadelphia Game Lab.
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