Computer Game Music

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Video Game Music - History - Early Digital Synthesis and Sampling
... See also Chiptune From around 1980, some arcade games began taking steps toward digitized, or sampled, sounds ... Namco's 1980 arcade game Rally-X was the first known game to use a digital-to-analog converter (DAC) to produce sampled tones instead of a tone generator ... That same year, the first known video game to feature speech synthesis was also released Sunsoft's shoot 'em up game Stratovox ...
Gruff Rhys - Musical Career - Computer Game Music
... In 2011 Rhys composed the music for the successful iOS game Whale Trail which has been an iTunes game of the week ...
Game - Types - Simulation
... Main article Simulation game The term "game" can include simulation or re-enactment of various activities or use in "real life" for various purposes e.g ... Well-known examples are war games and roleplaying ... of this meaning may originate in the human prehistory of games deduced by anthropology from observing primitive cultures, in which children's games mimic the ...
7 Sins
7 Sins is a life simulation video game where the player must get to the top of the social ladder and make decisions related to the seven deadly sins ... The game is set in the fictional Apple City ... Throughout the game the player makes decisions based on pride, wrath, greed, envy, lust, sloth and gluttony ...
7 Colors
7 Colors (aka Filler) is a Computer strategy game/Puzzle game, designed by Dmitry Pashkov ... The game was published by Infogrames for MS DOS, Commodore Amiga, and NEC PC-9801 ...

Famous quotes containing the words music, computer and/or game:

    If music be the food of love, play on,
    Give me excess of it that, surfeiting,
    The appetite may sicken and so die.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Family life is not a computer program that runs on its own; it needs continual input from everyone.
    Neil Kurshan (20th century)

    Even an attorney of moderate talent can postpone doomsday year after year, for the system of appeals that pervades American jurisprudence amounts to a legalistic wheel of fortune, a game of chance, somewhat fixed in the favor of the criminal, that the participants play interminably.
    Truman Capote (1924–1984)