We’re very proud to announce that Pixelated Audio is giving a talk at the Library of Congress in DC, the first event of its kind.
We’ll be covering a brief history of game audio, then participating in a panel during a new interactive piece composed by Austin Wintory, and performed by Philippe Quint, violin; and Peter Dugan, piano.
Where: Library of Congress, Washington DC
When: April 5th
- Talk – 6:30-7pm
- Concert – 8:00-9pm
Tickets to the talk and concert are free but require an RSVP
more info and tickets
Other events over the 3 days (free ticket RSVP links included):
- Screening of Reformat The Planet – April 4th, 7pm
- Talk on copyright and game music – April 5, Noon
- Talk on preserving video games – April 6, 11am
- Talk with Winifred Phillips on composing for video games – April 6, 2pm
We hope to see some of you there!