Ode to joysticks

Barbican contemporary music podcast

Kenneth B. McAlpine, James Newman, Rob Hubbard

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Abstract

In a special three part series we take it up a level as we explore the video game music and it’s adventure from our consoles into our concert halls and beyond.

In Episode 1 we give you a rough history of computer game composition with a professor, a doctor and one of the people behind the music on the Commodore 64. Press start and begin your 8-bit adventure.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherBarbican Centre
Media of outputOnline
Size54 minutes
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2018

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Doctors
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McAlpine, K. B. (Author), Newman, J. (Author), & Hubbard, R. (Author). (2018). Ode to joysticks: Barbican contemporary music podcast. Digital or Visual Products, London: Barbican Centre. Retrieved from http://aca.st/dce213
McAlpine, Kenneth B. (Author) ; Newman, James (Author) ; Hubbard, Rob (Author). / Ode to joysticks : Barbican contemporary music podcast. [Digital or Visual Products].
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