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Today's question is: "When you sit down to make a theme for a boss battle, or a first date, or someone being murdered in the shower, how do decide what you need and turn that prompt into music? Do you base a composition on physical sensations, events, or emotions? What do you do when asked to create music for something you haven’t encountered before?" Get the password for this post by becoming a $2+ patron!
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