RPGFan's Rhythm Encounter

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Summary

Following in the hallowed footsteps of other awesome shows about ducks, Rhythm Encounter brings you its first interview podcast of 2015 with a discussion featuring the talented Irish composer duo HyperDuck SoundWorks. Chris Geehan and Dan Byrne-McCullough talk about their beginnings, their inspirations, the soundscape of the 1980s, and the best song in Mega Man X with Stephen and Mike 2. The HyperDuck fellows also break down their work on Dust: An Elysian Tail and Penny Arcade's On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4, and preview some music from the upcoming Cosmic Star Heroine. Check out the full tracklist and links to reviews/places to buy at https://www.rpgfan.com/news/2015/3299.html.

Featuring: Stephen Meyerink, Michael Sollosi, Chris Geehan, Dan Byrne-McCullough

Questions? Comments? Feeling spoony? Email us: music@rpgfan.com

Show Notes

Note: We had to re-number our episodes several years after publishing. This was originally Episode 22, as reflected in the audio. Don't worry, you're not missing anything!

Following in the hallowed footsteps of other awesome shows about ducks, Rhythm Encounter brings you its first interview podcast of 2015 with a discussion featuring the talented Irish composer duo HyperDuck SoundWorks. Chris Geehan and Dan Byrne-McCullough talk about their beginnings, their inspirations, the soundscape of the 1980s, and the best song in Mega Man X with Stephen and Mike 2. The HyperDuck fellows also break down their work on Dust: An Elysian Tail and Penny Arcade's On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4, and preview some music from the upcoming Cosmic Star Heroine.

Check out the full tracklist and links to reviews/places to buy at https://www.rpgfan.com/news/2015/3299.html

Featuring: Stephen Meyerink, Michael Sollosi, Chris Geehan, Dan Byrne-McCullough

Questions? Comments? Feeling spoony? Email us: music@rpgfan.com

What is RPGFan's Rhythm Encounter?

Join the staff of RPGFan as they discuss the wide world of RPG music both old and new.