At PAX, everyone gets along

By MADDY MYERS  |  March 16, 2011

The gaming community at large resembles the jam-space room at PAX, where anyone can pick up an instrument and jam on video-game themes. Everybody wants to play beautiful music together, but not everybody can agree on what to play or how to play it. Half of us aren't any good at playing, but we have fun trying. Some want to solo and be the star; some prefer to hang back and play unnoticed. The results can be dissonant. But if you don't listen too closely, sometimes, it almost sounds like a real band, people working together and listening to one another. Almost. Maybe it'd help if we got together and practiced more.

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