Each game needs its own original music as one of the many artistic and technical elements that will make it stand out in the industry. Depending on the game’s genre, aesthetics, narrative, mechanics, schedule and budget, there’s a specific type of music that will be the most appropriate for conveying the game’s personality and enriching the player’s experience.
Having sound design under the same creative direction and production as music allows for a cohesive game audio experience. You’ll save time in coordination and communication and be able to better focus in other areas of your game’s development process.
Implementation is a key part of game music and sound design. From simple asset organizing to complex, clever musical structures or sound behavior that not only enhances your game experience but also improves your game development pipeline. This also lets the game programmers focus on their specific job and the music producer have creative audio solutions without adding more workload to them.