Posts with tag games

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NAMM 2019 - Experience Mixing In Dolby Atmos With Yamaha And Dante

Real time mixing of surround sound and VR game audio are now a reality. See how they work in this short video explainer from Yamaha at NAMM 2019.

Signum Audio Releases BUTE Batch Audio Processor

Process very large numbers of audio files through multiple FX stages with this server-based system, ideal for games development and production.

Yes, These Free Games From Klevgrand Really Do Run As Plugins In Your DAW

Try to get any work done with these retro arcade games flashing away in your DAW - we challenge you!

A Guide To Creating Music For Games

From understanding themes, variations and the unique demands of the game audio world to the relationship between composer and developer, this invaluable guide explains how music for games works.

Designing Video Game Interface Sounds with Synths in Ableton Live

Ableton Live has all the tools you need to create your own video game interface sounds. It's fun and can even earn you some money! G.W Childs is here to show you how it's done.

Here's How To Use Multiple Game Controllers To Create A Cool Musical Performance

You might not have known that game controllers make the perfect triggers and controllers for samples and effects - but they do! Here's how it works, with many live examples.

The Secrets Of Game Audio: Making Loops That Sound Interesting

The game industry is worth billions of dollars, and every game needs music. So why not check out these videos that will explain the industry and the techniques behind creating great game audio?

Interview: Devious Gamers

What happens when a bunch of guys have an idea for a business, and actually go through with making it happen? G.W Childs finds out the story of game developers Devious Gamers.

Review: Zero G Ethera Soundscapes

If you're after a multi-talented sample-based instrument that covers all kinds of composition and sound design uses, Zero-G's Ethera Soundscapes might be just what you've been looking for.

This 1987 First Person Shooter Video Game Used MIDI For Multiplayer Mode

How are an Atari ST, MIDI, and one of the earliest First Person Shooter Video games connected? A multiplayer first person shooter, death match style video game experience.

Push Hero 2 Is A Free Game For Ableton’s Push 2 Controller With Awesome 2-Player Mode

You’ve heard of Guitar Hero, you know Ableton Push 2. What do you get if you combine the two? Push Hero 2 of course. And as this video shows this free game for Push 2 is a lot of fun!

"BEEP" Documentary Debut at Game Music Connect 2015

Exclusive preview screening of video game sound and music doc segments featuring Japanese video game composers will take place at international video game music conference in London on September 15.

Review: Wwise For Game Audio

If you make audio or music for games, then you may be aware of Wwise by Audiokinetic. It's a middleware solution and Gary Hiebner explores how it can enhance your game audio productions.

Game Music Connect, London 2014 Tickets and Speakers Announced

Game Music Connect, the International Video Game Music Conference, returns to Southbank Centre, London on September 24 2014. Get your early-bird tickets now and find out which luminaries are speaking.

The Fundamentals of Composing Game Audio

Veteran video game composer, Josh Aker (Infinity Blade) shares his tips on how to make it in the Game Audio industry. If you want to navigate from aspiring composer to getting paid gigs... read this!