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Music and Game pp 171-190 | Cite as

Geeks on Stage? Investigations in the World of (Live) Chipmusic

  • Matthias Pasdzierny
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Part of the Musik und Medien book series (MUME)

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In a spate of wobbling handmade film clips, the popular American video-game blog Destructoid documents a very specific kind of busking event. In front of the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle a remarkable crowd is gathering to celebrate some musicians having set up their instruments and amplifiers there.

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Video Game Musical Instrument Live Performance Music Genre Pocket Calculator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Matthias Pasdzierny
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  1. 1.BerlinDeutschland

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