Laura Shigihara shares her experiences as a professional video game music composer as well as early inspirations for her career choices. Coupled with the fact that Ms. Shigihara’s voice is as endearing as a dozen fluffy kittens, this video is quite inspirational for aspiring VGM composers everywhere.
Here at ThaSauce, we loveÂ Laura Shigihara‘s music. No seriously, we absolutely adore her. Apart from being quite the busy lady nowadays, thisÂ acclaimed Plants vs. Zombies composer takes time out of her involved schedule to post intriguing personal vlogs on her YouTube channel, like bathing an elephant (what?!) and raving about her love for tea. This time around, Laura Shigihara comes up with a couple of reasons why she loves video game music. Highlights of this video include Ms. Shigihara’s Â inspirations for choosing to create video game music as a career and her experiences with early varying genres of music within video games.
Coupled with the fact that Laura Shigihara’s voice is as endearing as a dozen fluffy kittens,Â this video is quite inspirational for aspiring professional VGM composers everywhere.
The â€˜Quick Lookâ€™ series at ThaSauce covers quick videos and Â featured songs to introduce emerging artists and musical twists within the VGM scene. Have you heard or seen any interesting VGM videos on YouTube lately? Shoot me an e-mail at [email protected]
Garnering over 3,000 subscribers and 359,800 video views in under a year with only six videos, the Super Guitar Bros. have been making headway with their amazing video game covers. This Quick Look video is definitely a great example of how the pair work to complement each other in an almost ethereal manner, carefully inducing an air of nostalgia that is surely not to be missed.
Yeah, yeah. We know PAX East 2012 seemed like forever ago. And yes, we’ve probably covered everything from live streams of PAX East to some pretty cool live shows. But we figured that we can give you a little nostalgic run for those who went and for those who haven’t… well, we wanted to give you a more personal glimpse of the event itself. This week’s Quick Look features the awesome Danimal Cannon sharing his seemingly infinite knowledge on chiptunes.
Who would’ve thought that chip music and the piano sound this eargasmic together?! The incredibly talented instrumental composer and Olga Brose Valente Memorial Prize winner Aivi Tran and sound designer surasshu have come together at this year’s Game Developer’s Conference for a pretty awesome collaboration, featuring “Mabe Village” from The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.
Chip Music Chronicle has tickled our senses recently by recording and posting tons of live performances on YouTube for those who missed this year’s PAX EAST. This week’s Quick Look highlights Protomen’s “The Hounds” from Act II, featuring a staggering on-stage presence, allowing for a exhilarating view at each band member while the audience excitedly rages on.