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John SmithComposer & Sound DesignerSlide20XX

John Hamilton Smith V (aka, Slide20XX) is a composer who decided to write music for video games at the age of 13 and hasn't stopped since. His work has appeared in Against Gravity's VR title "Rec Room," a Princeton affiliated massively multiplayer neuroscience game named "EyeWire," and crowd-controlled music-based video games designed and shown at the Red Bull Music Academy in Madrid, Spain and MIT's festival of arts and technology, Hacking Arts. His most recent work has included the soundtrack for Calico, a game about magical girls running a cat cafe, and music for a pair of anti-racism PSAs created by Cartoon Network series, Steven Universe. He also works as composer, sound designer, and creative director for his game company, Games Without Words.

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