Soundshapes is an exploratory audio-visual game uniquely conjoining contemporary music with analogue artwork in a stimulating, responsive 2D environment. Listening is the focus of soundshapes — the player creates the game’s soundscape in real time.

Cydonie Banting is a composer with a particular interest in the cross-overs between ethnomusicology and composition. Her doctoral thesis entitled ‘Learning to Compose as a Tool of Ethnographic Research in a Rural Ugandan Village’ informs other artistic projects and wider creative practice, exploring the intersections of global sounds with writing new music.

Sophia Debus is an artist, costume and stage designer, who predominantly works in theatre. She is passionate about cross-over projects fusing different art forms, and, a keen musician herself, enjoys exploring connections between form, colour and sound. 

Alex McCartney is primarily known for performing on the lute and theorbo. He runs the ‘Veterum Musica’ micro record label and the melding of these interests has lead to the pursuance of audio-focused video game development.

Recorder player Tabea Debus is constantly exploring the horizons of music for recorder. Through her collaborations and engagement in outreach work she aims to make the music she enjoys performing accessible to children from all backgrounds.