Vincent Diamante debuts music from Sky

Audio director for thatgamecompany’s latest game Sky, Vincent Diamante, has given fans a first look at his score and design philosophy through IGN First. Diamante’s previous works include thatgamecompany’s other titles Flower and Cloud, as well as contributing to the score for Skullgirls.

 

Diamante suggests that the focus on woodwind instruments is a result of the game’s focus on flying. He also went on to say that “I purposely made the score for this game very, very simple. I wanted there to be no music that I couldn’t play myself, as a beginning instrumentalist.”

The music debuted is called ‘The Gate’ and is one of the first tracks that appear in the game. Sky releases next year on iOS.

Posted on November 30, 2017 by Mathew Gallagher. Last modified on November 30, 2017.

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About the Author

Mathew Gallagher is a Sound Design graduate from the UK. During his degree, Mathew studied the latest in game audio techniques, including VR and Dolby Atmos. When not gouging out on JRPGs or racing games, you can find him listening to all sorts of soundtracks or retweeting game news. He’s currently learning how to play violin, but it’s safe to say his guitar playing is the better of his musical talents.



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