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Soundtracks on CD-ROM: Stirring Music That Accompanies the Interactive
Posted By: Peter Suciu 5/1/2001 - 10:00 PM

Soundtracks on CD-ROM: Stirring Music That Accompanies the Interactive

By Peter Suciu


Technology has made computer games more interactive and more engaging an experience with enhanced gameplay through improved sound and graphics. The video and interface is more realistic, the sound effects have more depth and the music has a richer and more refined feel to it. Game soundtracks have been coming along for some time, and for a while the musical score w

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