Jeremy Parish of 1Up’s “Chiptuned” video game music blog (http://www.1up.com/do/blogEntry?bId=9067335) asks the right questions to Secret of Mana composer, Hiroki Kikuta. More specifically, he asks questions about the fidelity of the Super Famicom and what instruments he actually sees when he composes. Great read, check it out!
February 23, 2011
A blog asking the right questions
About Classical Gaming
Steve Lakawicz holds an MM in Music Performance from Temple University as well as a BM in Tuba Performance from Rutgers University . His teachers include Paul Scott, Scott Mendoker, and Jay Krush. His love of video game music has lead him to form a blog, Classical Gaming, to promote discussion both casual and academic about the music of video games. He is the co-founder of the video game/nerd music chamber ensemble, Beta Test Music and regularly composes/performs chiptune music as Ap0c. He currently resides in Philadelphia where he teaches college statistics at Temple University. View all posts by Classical Gaming
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