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En sprillans ny podcast, i era öron. En stockholmsbaserad spelcirkel som pratar spel ca en gång varannan månad har tagit klivet ut och blivit offentliga. Vi vill tillsammans med er lyssnare lyfta upp spel och spelande till den plats det förtjänar. Det finns massor att prata om i spel som alldeles för få pratar om idag. Låt oss ta steget ifrån fulkultur-stämpeln!
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A new challenger has appeared, and it’s not Sonic as we’re instead talking about the Little Yellow taxi that goes Vroom in this weeks episode of Gameable Audio, Chris sat down with the composer Jacob Lincke to talk about working with a genre bending soundtrack, what does that mean? what’s the hardship of working with new styles and much more, Jacob…
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For this weeks episode of Gameable Audio we have a familiar face joining in to talk about his latest work on the game Ultros, Oscar ”Ratvader” Rydelius has returned and we’re talking about the usual struggles and positives of making a soundtrack, we also talk about memories from travels Oscar did during the project. This and much more in this weeks…
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It is time for the direct sequel to the ”popular” filler VGM radio, returning with your host Christofer Schenström guiding you through the jungle of video game music . This episode was recorded in front of a live watching (Stream) audience. Welcome to this weeks Gameable Audio a VGM Podcast! Music in the episode: Sayonara Wild Hearts – Sayonara Wil…
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It is time to start up you new ”fancy” VGM radio, with your host Christofer Schenström he guides you through a wild, crazy, and totally random pop-up radio show. The episode was recorded in front of a live watching (Stream) audience. Welcome to this weeks Gameable Audio a VGM Podcast! Music in the episode: The Last Ninja – Main Theme – Ben Daglish …
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It is time to dive deep into another composer, this week we’re diving into the amazing and active composer Wilbert Roget II. The man who started out at an early age playing the piano, who fell in love with the interactive music in video games and tunes from Animes such as Cowboy Bebop. We look into his career at LucasArts and the work that follows …
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Starting out on the Amiga, pushing through to learn an art, an deep interest in SID music then created the path for a new artist under the name of Instant Remedy. To combine the genuine interest for gaming music and the dancefloor, Chris invites Martin to talk about his work that he has been doing for more than 20 years. Game development, sound, mu…
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Amazing journey’s are starting out in the most interesting spaces, but this story starts out at the computer club at a very young age, the curiousity of what a tracker is ended up in a much larger path than Joonas could’ve imagine, ending up in a lot of exciting projects and this week we’re talking about his latest release, Go mecha ball! Sit down …
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It is time to focus on yet another soundtrack, this time Chris talks about the specific game Slay the Spire, a Deck-building roguelike game where you trim and design your card tactics. Beloved by a niché group, defined as a Indie hit, but what about the music? Sit down and enjoy this weeks Gameable Audio a VGM Podcast! Music in the episode: Slay th…
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This week Chris tackles the genre ”Shoot’em’up” the genre which works as some sort of waveshaper of good and bad gamers, or is it? Bullet hell is one thing that usually tends be a nickname for the genre but even developers have gotten their name into the list of nicknames, this week we explore a wide range of games in the genre and Chris hopes you …
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One year of Gameable Audio have passed, and this is the first episode of year 2024, as a special celebration we’ve have Patryk Scelina joining Chris side to talk about his work on the isometric sci-fi shooter Slavic Punk: Old timer, a game which is based upon the work of Michał Gołkowski, a renown Polish science-fiction and fantasy book author. As …
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Last episode of the year, this is more of a megamix of tracks released this year, but also some fan and personal favorites during this year, not the usual setup for a Gameable Audio, think of this as an extra feature! The episode is perfectly matched to have a special reward IF the episode is started 1 hour from Midnight. Thank you all for this fir…
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This is the last featured episode of the FIRST year of Gameable Audio, and we’re going out with a bang! We discuss and talk to both the developer and the composer of the rhythm and puzzle game Backbeat. David is the Tech and CEO of the company Ichigoichie and Pete is the Composer for the OST. As usual we talk about the processes, and because of thi…
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Då var det alltså dags för Spelcirkelnpoddens allra sista avsnitt. För dryga fem år sedan var vi en splitterny spelpodcast i allas öron och nu är det dags att säga adjö. Till er som lyssnat - tack! Hör gärna av er och berätta vad ni gillade eller hatade med vår podcast. Tack också till alla 18 personer som varit med i podden, och alla andra som var…
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We’re in December, and in November a brand new series released that had Chris hooked, he ate it all line, hook and sinker! The series we’re talking about is Scott Pilgrim Takes off, therefore in this episode we’re focusing on the game that initially released more than 10 years ago and the band behind the OST, the band Anamanaguchi. Talk surrounding…
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As November is close to it’s end we’re also closing in on the last coverage of Female composers during this month, this week we’re covering the japanese female composer and programmer Yuka Watanabe, her career was of outmost interest to research as her career can almost be cut in half like a coconut, making her coverage quite easy to separate compo…
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We’re in the dark autumn known as November, Movember etc. but here at Gameable Audio we’re shining light like never before, and this time we’re aiming it all under November on Female composers only, first out in this weeks episode we have the amazing Akari Kaida, we go through a taste of her different genre styles as a composer, and talk wildly abo…
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A quick change happened for this weeks episode, instead we’re digging deeper into the classical composer Gordy Haab, who mostly known for his work within Star Wars and AMC’s The Walking dead. Where did he start and why is he on Lucas short list? Learn more by listening to this weeks episode of Gameable Audio a VGM Podcast! Music in the episode: Ind…
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Lately there have been a change in the type of games Chris have taken upon, and that’s why we’re doing a Puzzle game episode, but even with the set up of an podcast episode it becomes much like a puzzle game by selecting 4 of all the amazing tracks on the possibilities, Chris picks tracks from both old and new, but at the same time TWO songs from t…
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New week, new theme, we’re exploring the genre of platformers and how the music vibes the place up, Chris took a thinker, all to go back to his childhood and also to look into some more recent finds all in order to get a great variety for this weeks tracks, different platforms and different sounds, let’s do this! Learn more by listening to this wee…
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Once in a while when the moon strikes with its brightest moment, Chris returns with yet another remix episode as he just loves and adores the alternative versions of tracks. This time we’re more focused on recent releases on the OC remix community, to try and find new artists, but what happened instead? Find out what happened by listening to this w…
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This time in Gameable Audio, Chris is taking it up to talk about Sorrow in Videogame and music, what makes a track or a situation have that aspect of ”sorrow”, examples of different game genres, tackling this subject is not an easy feat but Chris tries and in the end a lot of recommendations and thoughts surrounding this subject is presented. Welco…
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Welcome back to yet another week of Gameable Audio, this time we have a very special guest the one and only ”Francesco D’Agostino”, Francesco is a fresh out of the box composer and in this weeks episode we’re discussing the thoughts surrounding how to reach an audience and to ”break into the industry”, Francesco gives his points surrounding passion…
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It’s time for those sunny days at the beach, or is it?! this week Chris and this weeks guest Martyrus from the ReVGM podcast talk about the fancy summertime. What’s the best with the summer time, is music all that important to the experience and why is the track called ”Side crawlers dance”? This and so much more in this weeks episode of Gameable A…
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Voices in video games have been a limited resource, but with modern technology we can see this become more common than rare, this week we’ll take a look on some old and some newer vocal tracks from video games, who won awards for their performances, what happened later and when will we see the next installment in the Rhythm Tengoku series?! This an…
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It has been a while, we are back with yet another amazing composer to dig deeper into his latest released work, this week Chris is interviewing the Norwegian composer Haakon Davidsen about his work for the game Evil Wizard, the episode touches deep into the process and how it feels to create music with a red thread, yet trying to get areas to sound…
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