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Beep: A Documentary History of Game Sound

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4K Blu-raySKU: 170226-63358-1
UPC: 627843647263
Part No: BEEPBR1
Weight: 0.12 lbs
Condition: New


Product Types: Products | Movies & TV
Lines: Cult Flavor | The Museum of Fantastic Art | Throwback Space
Formats: Blu-ray
Genres: Adventure | Documentary | Family | Fantasy | Science Fiction
Original U.S. Release: March 15, 2016
Item Release Date: October 11, 2016
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No longer just the “ugly stepchild” of the games industry, Beep traces the history of game sound from the Victorian penny arcades through pinball and to today’s massive industry of soundtracks and live music. With clips from over 80 interviews with game composers, sound designers, voice actors and audio directors from around the world, Beep is the definitive documentary on game sound. No longer just the “ugly stepchild” of the games industry, Beep traces the history of game sound from the Victorian penny arcades through pinball and to today’s massive industry of soundtracks and live music. With clips from over 80 interviews with game composers, sound designers, voice actors and audio directors from around the world, Beep is the definitive documentary on game sound.

This Blu-Ray features a full, extended director’s cut of Beep (1 hr 52 minutes)! Plus it contains three specials, totalling nearly 1.5 hours, including “Beep: Big in Japan,” “How to get into game audio” and “Ryu Umemoto Tribute.”

Special Features

  • A Tribute to Ryu Umemoto
  • Big In Japan: A Japanese Special (Game Music Connect 2015)
  • Industry Tips - How to get into game audio

Specifications

  • Runtime: 112
  • Audio: Stereo

Cast: Alexander Brandon | Anastasios Brakis | Becky Allen | Brendan Becker | Clint Bajakian | Simon Ashby | William 'Chip' Beaman | Yoshino Aoki
Directors: Karen Collins

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Adventure | Blu-ray | Cult Flavor | Documentary | Family | Fantasy | Movies & TV | Science Fiction | The Museum of Fantastic Art | Throwback Space

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