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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...

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Attack the Gap: Highlighting Women in Game Audio

INTRODUCTION FROM THE EDITOR: Hey folks!  Thanks for reading this series all about women in the game audio industry.  I want to briefly introduce composer Megan McDuffee, this series, and then quickly get out of her way! When Megan first reached out to me with the...

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