The GDC 2014 session from composer Austin Wintory focuses on how to ideally interact with musicians in order to produce truly spectacular performances for game soundtracks that transcend simply having the music read.

About Austin Wintory
Austin Wintory began his obsession with composing back when he was ten years old, when he discovered Jerry Goldsmith’s scores to Patton and A Patch of Blue. After a busy high school career composing for the student orchestras, Austin went on to study at NYU and USC with composers Morten Lauridsen, Charles Fussell, and Erica Muhl. Never satisfied with working in a single medium, Austin has worked in the concert world, film music, video games, and miscellaneous others. More here.