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31 March 2015, 13:01 | Updated: 15 December 2016, 11:50
Game Music Connect, the conference and symposium for aspiring video game music composers and professionals, will take place at the Southbank Centre in London on September 15th.
Tickets are already available for this year's event, which returns for a third year.
Composers James Hannigan and John Broomhall, both of whom have a long and distinguished history in the world of game music, confirmed that they will be back with an as-yet roster of speakers and contributors.
Hannigan commented: "We're back bigger than ever for 2015 and with a longer running time, too. As well as the hot topic of VR and its implications for the game soundtrack, we'll be delving deeper into interactive music, looking at sample library creation with a major library developer, talking about mockups, demos and showreels with the composers and a lot more besides."
The 2014 incarnation of the event saw contributions from Steve Schnur, Garry Schyman, Jason Graves and Olivier Deriviere, among many others.
Watch Classic FM's coverage of the 2014 event here: