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5-18-2010 @ 10:27AM
Jejin,Kudos to you and your music! It was really interesting to hear someone else's take on music for WoW. I do a classical music podcast called "All the Cool Parts", and I recently did an episode on the music of WoW with Randy Jordan from the Instance podcast. I'm also a Doctor of Music, and a professional composer. What you've done here, you should totally keep doing - and don't mind the nay-sayers man. If you do end up going on to study music in a University/Conservatory, be open minded - learn all you can - but absolutely don't let some academic try to convince you that music for games is a waste of time and/or irrelevant. Hold on to that love - I've seen far too many people come out of the University convinced that everything they loved when they came in is garbage, and that's a shame.Keep writing music man - you have talent - bravo!
5-22-2010 @ 12:08AM
Thank you so much for the tip, I'll definitely keep it in mind! My music teacher went to university for music theory and composition, and has relayed some horror stories (many of which involving 12-tone) to me. As for myself, I'm not sure if I'll be studying music in the future. I certainly have a passion for writing though, so who knows! I'll always be doing it, no matter what! :)
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