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Pixelated Audio

bmosley, jbrunner, gdreyband
Video GamesLeisureMusic CommentaryMusic

Video Game Music and Retro Gaming Podcast


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Latest Episodes

We've got a great show today with Dan Hess, the composer behind Pilotwings 64! It was released as a launch title for the N64 in 1996 by Paradigm Simulation and is the second in the series (Pilotwings, Pilotwings 64, Pilotwings Resort). Pilotwings 64 ... more

a month ago

In this installment of Pixelated Audio, we're talking about Crisis Wing, a retro-styled 90s shmup that draws inspiration from many classic shooters. We're joined by Finnish one-man indie games developer and composer, Pauli, aka pieslice of Pieslice P... more

a month ago

We're back to livestream for virtual MAGWest 2021, this time with composer and returning friend of the show, Chase Bethea! We talk with Chase about his music from games both released and upcoming, his process, as well as a short interactive audio dem... more

2 months ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 97 ratings
  • video game music 30 year ago

    This program enthusiastically and fair introduces pieces of music of even JRPG such as Lunar from MEGA-CD, or Illusion City from PC-9801. I realize why English-speaking Westerners have dominated the world, for the thorough collections of video game music like these aren't available in my country, where some of these pieces are composed though.

    Apple Podcasts
    Tom Nᴀɢᴀɪ
    Japana month ago
  • video game music 30 year ago

    This program enthusiastically and fair introduces pieces of music of even JRPG such as Lunar (MEGA-CD), or Illusion City (PC-9801). I realize why English-speaking Westerners have dominated the world, for the thorough collections of video game music like these aren't available in my country, where some of these pieces are composed though.

    Apple Podcasts
    Tom Nᴀɢᴀɪ
    Japan2 months ago
  • The Great Playhouse of Waveforms

    There’s a few things that boldly mark the end of my year, and this podcast is among them big-time. I have been aching for new things to fill my ears lately, and to coincide with my resurging interest in VGM, Pixellated Audio was just the treat I needed. These guys saved me from quite a many days of dullness, being the perfect companions to my office job which is one half zoning out and turning into a machine. Luckily, now I can be a machine in style. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Russiaa year ago
  • Neo Turfmaster - Ep 69

    Excellent podcast, great interview more

    Apple Podcasts
    France2 years ago
  • The Most Exhaustive VGM Podcast I've Found

    If you want a deep dive into the world of VGM, look no further than Pixelated Audio. The scope is far-reaching in almost every way - genre, console, era - and the format of the show also features deep dives, interviews, surveys, and recordings of live seminars and Q&A sessions with composers and other podcasters. Well worth a listen for any VGM fan.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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