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January 2019 Newsletter

GDC 2019! Demo Derby, and G.A.N.G. Awards, and Sessions, oh my!

As we move into the start of the new month, we march straight into the largest gathering of video game developers in the world. That's right - it's time for GDC 2019!

Join over 20,000 other game developers for a week of knowledge sharing, networking, and celebration of games. Don't forget to check out the Member Perks page for a code to get 10% off an Audio Pass at GDC.

Every year at the conference, we have the opportunity to allow sound designers and composers to share their work in front of a panel of industry veterans. This year is no different! If you have a 2 minute sound design demo, and or a 1 minute music track you want to share, head to the Demo Derby page for more instructions! We highly encourage people to get their submissions in as soon as possible, as the order of appearance is based on when submissions are received. There is not always enough time to get through every demo, so please get yours in as early as is convenient!

Also at GDC is the G.A.N.G. Awards show! The event takes place at 7:30 PM on Thursday the 21st on the 2nd floor of Moscone West. Come by at 7:00 PM for opportunities to take photos on the Red Carpet! For a list of the finalists, visit the 2019 G.A.N.G. Awards page.

There will be plenty of sessions featuring many members of G.A.N.G. throughout the week. Don't forget to check out Dolby at GDC sessions during the week! Since GDC is in San Francisco, it would be very remiss of us not to mention that Senheisser is also in town! RSVP to their Ambeo Showcase at their location!

Tim Larkin - Sharing His Hand in Artifact

Tim Larkin recently had the opportunity to kick off the soundtrack to Valve's newest title, Artifact, a card game based on the lore of DOTA. While it remains in the DOTA universe, the music follows more of a traditional game-state approach than the heavily dynamic timeline a player may experience in DOTA 2. He was also recently interviewed by podcast-extraordinaire, Emily Reese, and author Randall Larson.

Click here for links to his two interviews!

SCL/AFM Seminar with Garry Schyman and Paul Lipson

The SCL and AFM Local 47 are teaming up to bring the community a seminar on new opportunities for scoring in LA!

"New agreements from the AFM make recording scores in Los Angeles for video games and trailers a real option for composers. Join us for a discussion of the state of recording in LA and a look at the new AFM agreements as well as California’s new tax credits for scoring, which the SCL supported."

Use this link to get your tickets with the code: scoregang19

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