Video Game Music Streaming Is Still the Wild-West, Say Composers

Physical video game soundtracks have existed since the ’80s, but music streaming is kicking of fresh demand. Digital service providers (DSP) like Spotify and Apple Music have some game soundtracks, but it’s barely a fraction of the game music that exists. That’s because game developers don’t handle metadata well, which is integral for music distribution on DSPs.

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