At GDC, some VR developers argued VR experiences shouldn’t have music at all, opting instead for realistic ambient noises.
Oh shut up, you moron.
I’m reminded of a possibly apocryphal — yet it sounds so true — anecdote about film score composer Bernard Herrmann. It took place at a press conference for a movie and went like this:
Reporter: Mr. Herrmann, we’re on a ship in the middle of the ocean. The camera moves in to highlight two people on the deck. Suddenly we hear this music score. Now where did the orchestra come from?
Herrmann: Where did the camera come from?