Giveaway Friday: American Pixels

Some weeks, we’ll be giving away digital editions of excellent albums to site visitors. However, only a handful of copies will be available to visitors and will usually be given away on a first-come, first-serve basis. Keep checking the site every Friday to get your hands on each giveaway!

This week’s giveaway is the Amerian Pixels, a successfully crowdfunded album by veteran arranger Christopher Getman (Mazedude), which was recently released on Bandcamp this past January. The CD will be released this year. American Pixels brings together a wide range of high-quality soundtracks, arranged in a variety of styles for a unique and modern listening experience.

“Game music, more so than music from most other mediums, just lends itself to incredible possibilities of interpretation and re-imagination,” says Getman. “With this album, I attempt to take this concept to a new level, while at the same time honoring American game composers. Over the course of these 14 tracks, you’ll hear live soloists mix with electronics, tracks that were originally composed for full orchestra and choir reduced to square waves, old-school NES tracks brought to life via acid jazz, and much more.”

American Pixels can be redeemed here using the following codes:

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Posted on February 10, 2017 by Emily McMillan. Last modified on February 10, 2017.

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Emily McMillan

After graduating with a master's in teaching, I realized that I wasn't quite ready to leave video games and their soundtracks behind. I've been keeping in touch with the video game music world from Texas by working with VGMO and updating my own YouTube cover channel. I love the feeling that comes with the discovery of a brand new soundtrack, and always look forward to the next rekindling of that excitement. Along with teaching and writing, I also enjoy listening to film scores, classical music, and playing pretty much any RPG you can name.



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