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Expanding The Relationship Between Music and Video Games

25-Nov-20 22:00

Expanding The Relationship Between Music and Video Games

All avid gamers know that video games and music goes hand in hand. But apart from the usual collaboration of licensing music to video games, both the industries are now slowly looking for a more fruitful, collective effort. The recent collaboration between Warner Music UK and Ubisoft is an excellent example of what could potentially be a healthy relationship between the both. We discuss the potential benefits of this effort.

IMAGE CREDIT: Ubisoft 

Produced by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin


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Categories:  FilmMusic

Tags:  StormzywatchdogsUbisoftWarner Music UKlicensed musicguitar herorecord labels. video gamesmusic





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