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Uematsu: "Turn My Music Down"

Posted on Thursday, September 19 @ 04:56:11 Eastern by Heath_Hindman


Discussing his recently published e-book in front of a crowd, renowned game music composer Nobuo Uematsu briefly touched upon the fact that music plays while the e-book is being read. He said that there are three songs, and two of them bookend the tale, but the third plays in the middle. He revealed that he usually doesn't want music to play while he is reading, so recommends that readers turn the volume down during that part. As a work of art, he liked it being there, but as a book, he finds that it gets in the way.  The solution? "Turn my music down." There you have it, from the composer himself.
 
Blik-0 1946 is available on the iTunes store, written by Nobuo Uematsu and published by acttil.


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