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Austin Wintory

Austin Wintory has composed for a number of media, working in the concert world, film music, video games, and miscellaneous others, but he may be best known for his work on the PlayStation 3 title Journey.  The game’s soundtrack album debuted on the Billboard charts higher than any original score in gaming history and in December 2012, became the first-ever Grammy-nominated videogame score.

Austin’s previous PlayStation 3 game, flOw, made him the youngest composer to ever receive a British Academy Award nomination, and also won him a wide variety of other game industry accolades including the Game Audio Network Guild’s “Rookie of the Year.”  flOw is currently on display at Manhattan’s Museum of Modern Art.

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  • @JackfordLeBreto @podegame Yes they don't tune exactly the same, and they also read as a transposing instrument 11 hours ago
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