Can Video Games Save the Music Star?

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At last week's Game Developers' Conference in San Francisco, much attention was paid to the musical scores and soundtracks vital to any video game's success. But the worlds of music and gaming are merging in ways that have as yet received far less attention.

Youth Radio's Brandon McFarland takes a look into the world of gaming and how it can shape music.

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