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Deadmau5 and Pixeljam make beautiful Sound Shapes together

JC Fletcher, @jcfletcher
April 16, 2012
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Sound Shapes' levels are presented in an "album" format, with each collection of levels having a distinct look and sound. This video features a demonstration of an "album" whose sounds are provided by Deadmau5, a musician respected enough to get away with having a number in his name, and whose shapes are designed by indie developer Pixeljam.

Check out the collaboration above, and start thinking of how you can use those visual and musical elements to make your own levels.




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