Technology has been changing the music world at an allegro pace. In Cleveland, a group of young musicians stays on tempo by exploring new avenues of expression and new ways to be heard.
In today’s State of the Arts, WKSU’s Vivian Goodman reports that includes orchestral music for video games.
Even if you’ve never touched a joystick you’ve probably heard some video game tunes.
But music for the games we play has come a long way since Nintendo put the Mario Brothers to work back in 1983. Just ask Sean Beeson, lead composer for Neoglyphic Entertainment.