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  1. Last year, Twitch implemented an automated music system to scan for copyright infringement on livestreams. The system resulted in thousands of flagged streams with half-hour chunks of muted audio when viewed in archived form. Earlier this year, the streaming service launched an attempt to give streamers a non-muted musical alternative with Twitch Music, a library of music that helps users know 100% what music is okay for streaming on Twitch. The initial library launched with less than 500 songs, but now the cleared selection has grown to include over 1,000 tracks. While most of the initial selection consisted mostly of EDM, the expanded music list now includes hip hop and metal. The diversification of the sounds is certainly welcome, as is the curation of playlists for streamers who are unsure where to start with a library of unfamiliar artists. The music in the Twitch Music seems to be hosted primarily on Soundcloud and Spotify, so check it out when you get a chance and create a playlist of your own that won't be muted when you watch your past broadcasts. View full article
  2. The developer of League of Legends has released the first album of official game music consisting of fifteen tracks both new and old. This is a real treat for people who are enamored with the login music or the music videos that Riot Games creates from time to time. The track list is as follows: Demacia Rising Tidecaller Tiny Masterpiece Of Evil The Curse Of The Sad Mummy Quinn And Valor Braum Tales Of The Rift Lulu And Shaco's Quirky Encounter Freljord Rise Of The Ascended Daylight's End Challengers Get Jinxed Super Galaxy Rumble Reborn If you are interested, Riot is currently offering the album free of charge, but will also be releasing it through Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube.
  3. The developer of League of Legends has released the first album of official game music consisting of fifteen tracks both new and old. This is a real treat for people who are enamored with the login music or the music videos that Riot Games creates from time to time. The track list is as follows: Demacia Rising Tidecaller Tiny Masterpiece Of Evil The Curse Of The Sad Mummy Quinn And Valor Braum Tales Of The Rift Lulu And Shaco's Quirky Encounter Freljord Rise Of The Ascended Daylight's End Challengers Get Jinxed Super Galaxy Rumble Reborn If you are interested, Riot is currently offering the album free of charge, but will also be releasing it through Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube. View full article
  4. The talented video game remixing community that thrives on OverClocked Remix has put together their latest (completely free) album in tribute to the handheld gaming system that brought mobile gaming mainstream and its creator, Gunpei Yokoi. The fifteen tracks of Legacy: Game Boy 25th Anniversary are a lovingly crafted tribute to the massively successful Game Boy. Like the memories of the now obsolete system, the sixteen artists who worked on the album manage to convey a beautiful sense of nostalgia. This is worth checking out for anyone who remembers fond moments with the Game Boy or anyone who loves good music, for that matter. I make no secret of how much I love OverClocked Remix. The video game remix community is an interesting one that brims with talented musicians who provide their own unique takes on the classic video game music we all love and also some of the music that isn't so widely known (like this remix of the Versus Play music from Super Dodge Ball or this remix based on OutRun). Almost all of the music on OCRemix available free of charge to download and enjoy, so enjoy one of the largest tributes to video game music on the internet and pay a visit to their site sometime. You can download the Legacy album here.
  5. The talented video game remixing community that thrives on OverClocked Remix has put together their latest (completely free) album in tribute to the handheld gaming system that brought mobile gaming mainstream and its creator, Gunpei Yokoi. The fifteen tracks of Legacy: Game Boy 25th Anniversary are a lovingly crafted tribute to the massively successful Game Boy. Like the memories of the now obsolete system, the sixteen artists who worked on the album manage to convey a beautiful sense of nostalgia. This is worth checking out for anyone who remembers fond moments with the Game Boy or anyone who loves good music, for that matter. I make no secret of how much I love OverClocked Remix. The video game remix community is an interesting one that brims with talented musicians who provide their own unique takes on the classic video game music we all love and also some of the music that isn't so widely known (like this remix of the Versus Play music from Super Dodge Ball or this remix based on OutRun). Almost all of the music on OCRemix available free of charge to download and enjoy, so enjoy one of the largest tributes to video game music on the internet and pay a visit to their site sometime. You can download the Legacy album here. View full article
  6. The song that appeared in the credits of A House Divided, the second episode of The Walking Dead: Season 2 developed by Telltale Games, is now available to download for free. "In The Pines" was arranged by series composer Jared Emerson-Johnson and performed by Janel Drewis, who also works for Telltale as an animator. The song is an adaptation of an Appalachian folk song dating back to the 1870s. The full soundtrack to Season 2 will release after all five episodes have been released. However, for those who can't get enough of the heartful music found in The Walking Dead games, there are several other tracks available for purchase from the Andadel Bandcamp page. You can download "In The Pines" here. View full article
  7. The song that appeared in the credits of A House Divided, the second episode of The Walking Dead: Season 2 developed by Telltale Games, is now available to download for free. "In The Pines" was arranged by series composer Jared Emerson-Johnson and performed by Janel Drewis, who also works for Telltale as an animator. The song is an adaptation of an Appalachian folk song dating back to the 1870s. The full soundtrack to Season 2 will release after all five episodes have been released. However, for those who can't get enough of the heartful music found in The Walking Dead games, there are several other tracks available for purchase from the Andadel Bandcamp page. You can download "In The Pines" here.
  8. There are fans, and then there are FANS. Scattered throughout the rich world of BioShock Infinite, there are audio recordings contained within devices called voxophones. After playing through Irrational's fantastic follow up to the original BioShock three times, one intrepid and creative fan decided to make a voxophone of his own. You can see two videos showing off his creation below in different stages of completion. Each one includes music and songs found in the game. The device isn't entirely working on the same principle as its in-game counterpart. The spinning disk makes use of a computer fan motor, creating too many rpms to accurately be read by a gramophone needle. This means that the home-made voxophone makes use of an internal MP3 player to store music. Still, the effect remains undeniably cool. Perhaps we will see more refinements on the design going forward.
  9. There are fans, and then there are FANS. Scattered throughout the rich world of BioShock Infinite, there are audio recordings contained within devices called voxophones. After playing through Irrational's fantastic follow up to the original BioShock three times, one intrepid and creative fan decided to make a voxophone of his own. You can see two videos showing off his creation below in different stages of completion. Each one includes music and songs found in the game. The device isn't entirely working on the same principle as its in-game counterpart. The spinning disk makes use of a computer fan motor, creating too many rpms to accurately be read by a gramophone needle. This means that the home-made voxophone makes use of an internal MP3 player to store music. Still, the effect remains undeniably cool. Perhaps we will see more refinements on the design going forward. View full article
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