Creating Audio That Matters

“[Jensen and I] rarely like music as an instrument to manipulate the emotions of the player, or manipulate anything really. We both feel that everything should be open to interpretation, and people should be allowed to project their own feelings and emotions into the experience,” he said. “When you allow for that space, and at the same time create something that’s captivating and immerses the player, it lets them let go of those feelings and emotions. So if they’re scared it will probably make them more scared when there’s no music to take them by the hand and tell them how to feel.”
Martin Stig Andersen, sound designer and composer of Limbo

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