Queue the Smooth Jazz
Wednesday, 2 May, 2012

It’s later than it usually is when I write a post so I figure I won’t try terribly hard to write something thoughtful. Instead I give you the news that I have spent some time on Wolfram Tones trying to conjure up a suitably smooth jazz loop for the new game, Hot Coffee, which is pretty close to being done. In its final stages, the tasks involved with the game are pretty hilarious. Things like, “find smooth jazz” and “tune innuendo levels” are what concern me most of all right now. Anyway, the idea will be to have it out in the world perhaps on Friday I think, once a couple of other people have had a chance to take a look and opine.

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2 Responses to “Queue the Smooth Jazz”

  1. Chris Says:

    I think you did a good job with the music. The effect was significant. Upon playing through Hot Coffee, I was immediately affected by the music, noting its smooth, sensual-like qualities. By the way, thank you so much for being such a charming writer. I honestly enjoy each new post, and look forward to an insightful thought on games and theory, or information on what you’ve been working on lately.

  2. Pippin Says:

    Oh hey thanks! It’s awesome that the music works – it was a bit weird because I spent a lot of time on Wolfram Tones listening to procedural Jazz stuff before randomly trying their “Hip Hop” option and finding out that that worked a lot better. Glad you like the blog!

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