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J-J I myself work as a sound-designer and music composer/engineer but I have publishing (Cloud 9) and am also signed to various electronic labels. You can definitely pursue both if you have the time, inspiration and have no problems with deadlines! You can check out my soundcloud if you want but there's not much of the moviescores/gamemusic because of the ...


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Most people are sound or audio designers. There aren't that many of us who are audio coders; I think we're a small community. Audio programming roles aren't normally done by a specialist - normally they do other jobs like AI or Physics or Graphics... I spent about a decade working for a company that specialised in sound cards before that market faded. We ...


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Nah. I think they're similar enough to be combined. Many electronic music artists recognize that what they do and what's called as composition is to them really what so called "sound design" is, because in electronic music one tends to work from a very "first principles" viewpoint anyways. By creating new unbeforeheard sounds and textures. An NI Kontakt ...


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