I had the opportunity to attend this great talk at BAFTA in London this week. Gareth Coker is the composer for the critically-acclaimed game Ori and the Blind Forest. In the talk, he discussed how he used music to reflect and drive the narrative of the game. Below are the notes and ideas I learned from the evening’s talk. You can watch the full video above. Recording The Score The whole score for the game is 140 minutes long and they’d only booked 12 hours…Continue Reading “Games Masterclass | The Art of Storytelling through Music with Gareth Coker”