August 26, 2015
How do they come up with the music we hear in video games? How do the songs we hear in movies get made? Join us this weekend for workshops with dynamic trio, Digital Guise, who will introduce us to the art of Music for Movies, Games and Videos!
Digital Guise's interactive show, Music for Movies, Games and Videos, introduces audiences to the way music is being created today for movies, soundtracks and pop culture. Using excerpts from The Simpsons and The Hobbit, and music from Mario and Zelda games, the performance demonstrates behind-the-scenes artistic integration of music and action in the making of films and video.
Join us either in Vancouver or in New Westminster:
Admission is free! No registration necessary, but do come early as this is a popular program. Each 45-minute workshop takes place twice, at 11am and 1pm. All ages are welcome!
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