Next Meetup

Making Music for Games - Panel
• What we'll do Music is a vital aspect of the gaming experience that people sometimes overlook. Whether you are a musician yourself or a developer working with one, learn more about the technical and creative considerations required to give your game a good soundtrack! The evening will involve approximately an hour of hosted discussion among our panel of experienced musicians, followed by 15-30 minutes of open Q&A. PANELISTS: * Patrick Crecelius: Composer, Sound Designer at Fat Bard ( ) * Philip Hayes: Composer, Game Developer at Bravendary LLC ( ) * David Song: Composer, Youtube pianist, Game Developer ( ) * Sarah Wahoff: Composer, Musician at motherbear Panel host: Jenny Gibbons: Composer, Sound Designer, member of Woodsy Studio EXAMPLES OF DISCUSSION TOPICS: * How do you choose a specific style of music when approaching a new project? * What software do you recommend for digital composition? * What are some examples of mistakes you first made when composing music for a game, and what do you wish you did instead? * What are some communication challenges you've faced when creating music for a larger team, and how did you overcome them? ... and more! Bring your own questions to ask during the open Q&A! • Important to know The St. Louis Game Developer Co-op is dedicated to a harassment-free event experience ( for everyone. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise specified.

Riot Games, 10th Floor

7777 Bonhomme · Clayton, MO

Upcoming Meetups

Past Meetups (188)

What we're about

Public Group

The St. Louis Game Development meet-up is dedicated to bringing game developers, both professional and amateur, together to socialize, collaborate, and compete. Each month we host a get together for veterans and newcomers of the development world. This includes individuals with skills or aspirations in game design, programming, animation, 3D modeling, or any other craft related to producing a video game.

At its core, game development depends on the relationships between all those involved to bring a project to fruition. We'd like to provide a supportive atmosphere for people to get together and share their experiences, and maybe make a few friends along the way. Who knows, you may just find someone who can help you with your next idea!

Members (1,676)

Photos (61)

Find us also at