Early bird tickets on sale for High Score conference, Saturday 1 October - Sunday 2 October, part of Melbourne International Games Week
If you're not in Melbourne you can join this conference via live stream. Register below.
Composer Jeff van Dyck, audio designer Neha Patel, Narayana Johnson (River Boy) and more announced
Connect with top composers, sound designers and music & games industry pros
Limited early bird discounted tickets for in-person attendance to High Score: Composition and Sound Art for Games are on sale now. The popular music-in-games conference will be presented in a hybrid format for the first time, with standard price live stream tickets also on sale and available worldwide.
High Score is where music creators, game developers and industry professionals connect and explore the important role that music and audio play in game design and experience.
The conference takes place Saturday 1 October-Sunday 2 October at LCI Melbourne in Collingwood and online, and is presented by music rights organisation APRA AMCOS, in partnership with Creative Victoria, and part of Melbourne International Games Week.
Returning as host and moderator is ABC’s Good Game Spawn Point and Double J radio presenter Angharad 'Rad' Yeo.
From emerging to established, grass root indies to AAA, High Score connects the music and games communities through a wide range of programming and networking opportunities.
Brisbane-based, three-time BAFTA award winning composer, sound designer and audio director Jeff van Dyck is the first of two keynote speakers to be announced. His career has spanned EA's FIFA and NHL, the Total War franchise and independent hits Paint the Town Red, Hand of Fate II and Unpacking.
"I'm super excited and honoured to be asked to give the closing keynote at this year's High Score. High Score's focus on fostering connections, opportunities and knowledge shows its commitment to the community it represents. I'm very happy to be part of this event and look forward to exploring and celebrating the world of video game audio," said van Dyck.