Adding Your Voice to the Mix

Friday, March 28, 2014
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Guest Contribution by Joel Raabe At night in the darkness, I often hear voices in my head. Though it’s strange to admit, as I drift off to sleep…

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Opinion: Raising Visibility Of Audio With Playstation 4

Monday, July 8, 2013
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As we come out of coverage of E3 and eagerly anticipate the release of next-gen consoles later this year; there has been a good deal of discussion about…

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Ariel Gross Guest Post: ‘I Feel Like a Fraud and So Can You!’

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

This is a guest article written by Ariel Gross, Audio Director of game development studio Volition Inc, which produces such PC and console  titles as the Saint’s Row…

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Advantages of Nuendo for Sound Post-Production

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Mix Online has published an article with sound editor Kelly Pieklo, who shares his thoughts about using Nuendo as his main workstation for sound post-production: Minneapolis-based post-production company…

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Tim Nielsen Special: On Microphone Addiction

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

[Written by Tim Nielsen] My name is Tim Nielsen, and I’m a micaholic. It has been four months since my last microphone purchase, an adorable little Neumann XY…

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Poll: How do You Like Your Sound Effects? Multiple Takes in One File or Separate?

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

I came across a discussion about sound effects distribution on Game Audio Forum (from last year) and Gearslutz (recent). The question is… which way you like to get…

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An Open Letter to FMOD

Friday, March 19, 2010

Game Sound Design has a cool section called “Anonymous Confessions of a Game Sound Designer”, where someone identified as “U.C” gives his personal thought of something related to…

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The Audience isn’t Listening

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Yesterday, I went to see Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix at a local theater chain and to my delight the soundtrack defaulted down to the…

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