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On 3/19/2017 at 11:23 AM, noahdvs said:
You should start much, much smaller then. Knowing how to make music is not enough to make you a useful long term member of a team. Learn how to edit maps and program at a basic level. Fool around on your own with Unity, Unreal Engine, Source or something else. Maybe try making a text based game from scratch. Games are some of the most complex pieces of software you can make.
It's also ideal to work on small games that you can make yourself. I know you said you do sound, but just being able to do sound won't get you anywhere in terms of pitching a game idea, you need to have skills in other fields.
Once you can make a small game, then you can slowly begin increasing the scale of your games.
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