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A Letter to the VGM Academy Community

Hello again! Dan here.  If you're new to the website, this may be a strange first post for you to read - and if you've been following VGM Academy for a while, you're probably wondering where the hell I've been for the past several months.  I want to take a few minutes...

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Composer Interview: Taylor Ambrosio Wood

Introduction from the Editor:   Hi everyone!  I wanted to briefly introduce the first interview in our Attack the Gap! series, highlighting women in game audio.  This series is brought to you by composer Megan McDuffee (read her introduction post here for more info)....

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