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« Reply #15 on: May 08, 2008, 12:18:02 PM »

All music is awesome, if it's from the creative soul! Smiley  Then, it's just a matter of developing your craft. Smiley

I haven't listened to your clips yet, I'll do that this weekend. I'm slammed right now with a couple of clients; arrgh. Smiley

I'm finishing up teaching a class on Logic and MIDI programming here in Philly, and I can tell you... school sucks. And I'm the *teacher*! Smiley

My poor students are super talented, and they're stuck doing these entry level gigs because they don't know where to go to meet filmmakers and game developers. We spend 1/3 of each class going to forums, showing them where the industry events are, etc. It's really sad, that few (if any) schools teach how you make a career out of this...

Whew! Okay, rant done. And, I support Dan's statement 100%... there is *so* much good work out there, and *so* many good clients, that we don't have to be piranhas. Support, share, be giving, and the universe/God/Fate will take care of you. Smiley

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« Reply #16 on: May 09, 2008, 09:33:54 AM »

Hi, guys!

Just FYI, I talked briefly about that MIDI mapping thing I was telling Max about on my blog.  Here's the link....

http://www.mikeworthmusic.com/blog/?p=6

I just started it a week ago, but if you're interested, subscribe to it! I'll be talking about video game music, the technical and creative aspects of writing game music, and I'm setting up podcast interviews with game composers.

Thanks!

Mike
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