But either way, where did these programmers learn all about audio programming?
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You have stumbled across the page of Python Blue. The alias belongs to a composer with a unique twist on soundtrack music. While others push the boundaries of the sound of the future, Python Blue is largely dedicated to the sound of the past, particularly the sound of vintage synthesizers of the '80s and '90s.
Current credits are for free projects, but I am hoping to move onto paid work. Said credits include Amnesia: The Great Work, a mod of Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and War of the Servers, an upcoming indie game based on the UDK.
Apple Logic Pro
Arturia Prophet V
East West Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra: Gold Edition
Korg M1:VST, and Wavestation:VST
Native Instruments FM8, Guitar Rig, and Kontakt
Spectrasonics Omnisphere, Stylus RMX Xpanded
UVI Emulation II, EmulationOne, The Beast, and Vintage Legends
Best Service Drums Overkill, The Phantom Files, and XX-Large: 1500 Classic Drumloops
Digital-Redux Planet Drum Machine
Digital Sound Factory Emax Collection, Planet Earth, and Proteus/1/2.
Spectrasonics Distorted Reality 1 and 2
Q-Up-Arts Master Studio Collection, Sonic Images, Universe of Sounds
The Digital Toy Cupboard libraries*
*courtesy of sound-effects-library.com
Thank you for reading.