If you’ve ever wanted to know how to break into the video gaming world on the music side, there’s nobody more suited to talk to than Gerard Marino. The composer of the soundtrack for God of War started out with humble beginnings as a DJ, but has since scored over 450 games. He’ll be appearing at the BIG Festival (Brazilian Independent Games Festival) this year in Centro Cultural São Paulo in the São Paulo capital. Best of all, you can even jump into a workshop to kick your planned career to the next level. Check it out:
Antonio Teoli will also be running on June 30th, a workshop entitled “How to Compose Music for Games”. It is targeted at Professionals and aspiring musicians wanting to break into the video game industry. The activity is free of charge but registration is required since there are only 20 slots available.
To register, participants can fill out the form below;
The festival is free (getting there is on you!), but if last year’s stats are any indication it’s getting to be a huge draw. Over 515 games from 48 countries were at the event in 2016, with 18,000 visitors in attendance over the five day event. If you are among our Brazillian readership, or you plan to take a trip to Brazil, let us know how the event goes!