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Introducing your music to my nephews thru a game

Discussion in 'Pass It On' started by B W, Nov 10, 2016.

  1. B W

    B W New Member Thread Starter

    I've been trying to learn Unity (free game creation software) on the side. While creating the levels, I've been using music I like to listen to: Yellowjackets, Flim and the BBs, Dave Grusin, Jerry Goldsmith, etc.

    I try to match the music to the type of level as best I can.

    The game (which I don't ever plan on selling) is at a state where my nephews can test it. My brother isn't into Jazz so my nephews (9 and 11) don't get to hear Jazz very often.

    Can't tell you how happy I was when my nephews commented that they liked the music after playing some of the levels with Yellowjackets tunes.

    I've got around 27 levels now so I've added a bunch more Yellowjackets tunes, even some from the Lee Rit Portrait album.

    Guess this is a sneaky way of introducing Jazz into my nephews' lives.
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