Tabletop Tunes’ New App Provides Board Gamers With An Immersive Musical Ambience
Anthony Sabatino, Founder and Composer at Tabletop Tunes, a mobile application that is transforming the traditional tabletop gaming experience by providing players with beautifully-composed audio tracks to accompany their gaming experience joins Enterprise Radio.
- Can you provide our listeners with a brief background on your experience and past companies you’ve previously worked at?
- Tell us more about Tabletop Tunes and the app’s unique features and categories.
- What’s your favorite game to play with the app?
- Love that you composed the app! Can you delve into this more and tell our listeners about how this came about?
- What does Tabletop Tunes’ corporate roadmap look like in the next 3 – 6 months?
Anthony Sabatino is a composer based in Los Angeles who studied at Berklee College of Music, dual majoring in Film Scoring and Electronic Production and Design, with a minor in Conducting. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and received the Michael Reddish Award in Film Scoring and the Richard Devine Award in Sound Design for Electronic Music. Anthony is also a graduate of USC’s Screen Scoring Program, and is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society.
Anthony has worked on over 80 different film, game, and television projects, both student and professional, ranging in many different styles and mediums. He was a Society of Composers and Lyricists Mentorship Fellow, as well as Fellow in the Recording Academy’s Grammy’s NEXT Mentoring Program. He also ran and hosted the Film Score Bros Podcast, and now currently runs the Moose Scarf Podcast as his EDM persona “Moose with a Scarf.”
Currently, he is working as a freelance composer in Los Angeles, working on various films, games, documentaries, and web-series, as well as any media projects that he finds interesting or innovative.
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