If the name Lera Lynn sounds familiar to you, then you might be a fan of HBO. Lynn has lent her singer-songwriter talents to numerous projects, including work on the True Detective series. Now Lynn is shifting over to the videogame side of things by providing tracks for Endless Dungeon.

In an interview with Game Informer, Lynn opens up on what the process has been like composing for games versus TV, and how things have been going overall.

It’s been fun. You know, there’s always a learning curve when you’re working in a new medium, but the Amplitude team has been extremely amenable and flexible. They’ve basically given me creative rein over my contributions, and I can’t ask for anything more than that.

…I do enjoy taking a little bit more time. This project is obviously such a massive undertaking, from start to finish. It’s the entirety of creating the game. I’ve enjoyed how the process has been longer and has allowed us more time to make the music what we want it to be.

[Lera Lynn]

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