Sounds and videogames

By Aurelio Meza Through a basic search on Google and Worldcat I came across an article on chiptune music by Israel Márquez (curiously, it’s in Spanish, meaning there seems to be an interest in this movement in Spanish-speaking academia), as well as a book called Playing with sounds: a theory of interacting with sound and music in video games by Karen Collins. That sounds more like my field of interest, but I’m afraid I won’t finish the book before the course ends. Tomorrow I’ll have a look at these texts, but for the time being I can start exploring some of the topics suggested by Darren, Stephanie, and Patrick. First, there’s the consideration about indexical association (one of the main...

Syllabus: Media Archaeology 2016

Collections, Platforms, Infrastructure, Signal Processing

/ July 22, 2016
Bally Arcade box, detail

Expiration Date

This is not a sustainable practice, and that's okay.

/ July 21, 2016
Magnavox Odyssey 100, detail

What’s In A Name?

This is not a media archaeology lab. This is not an archive. This is a research collection.

/ July 21, 2016