Kenley Kristofferson

is creating a show about studying video game music.
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Early episodes! You can beat the trend, which is pretty sweet too. You'll also get access to the Patron-only feed and your name in the credits for each episode to which you contribute.
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You'll get access to the back catalogue of the original "Into the Score" audio podcast, which is about 30 hours of serious VGM nerdery, plus the previous reward levels too.
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You can jump in on monthly live-stream seminars about some serious super-nerd-level VGM stuff, like Baroque influences in Castlevania or thematic development in Final Fantasy VI. Plus earlier rewards too.
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A thirty-minute composition lesson, one-on-one, for every month you're contributing. I'm a published composer who works in VGM, so don't worry, I'm the real deal. Oh, and you'll also get the previous rewards too.




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About Kenley Kristofferson

Hi there! I'm Kenley and I host Into the Score, a YouTube show about studying video game music!

I'm so glad you're here.  With your help, we can make the show better than ever by upping the quality and adding some exciting extra content. 

Personally, this is a medium that I'm deeply invested in.  From early memories plunking out the Mario theme on our old piano, to ripping Final Fantasy VI MIDI and looking at the scores, to composing music for video games today, this music is really important to me.  If you're here, I'll bet that it's also important to you too.

This medium is a part of our lives.  For some of us, it's part of our musical upbringing; for others, it's what's in our headphones or on our screens as the soundtrack to the stories of our generation.  Learning how this music works and why it speaks to us isn't just important for discovering something about the music, but discovering something about ourselves

Please consider supporting Into the Score and help those around us discover more about our music!
$17 of $500 per episode of "Into the Score."
I can get new cameras, lights, and microphones to make the show even higher quality!
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