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Sony predicts bright future for video game music

“The opportunities in terms of creativity and interactivity are there to create a new genre of entertainment… I think we’ll see a big explosion in the ability of composers to think around interactive spaces and interactive experiences.”

Bardino, who is the Director of Creative Services for Sony Computers Entertainment Europe, told Classic FM his thoughts on the future of game music after appearing at the Game Music Connect conference last week.

He also singled out his own company as one of the few to still employ in-house composers: “We make a large investment in music in our games, and we make a large investment in music  in terms of our industry as well.”