Game Audio Relevance is all about providing game audio relevant links, articles, and videos in a curated and searchable means. While there are many other sources for game audio related articles and information, a “web search” does not always turn up reliable information. The purpose of this blog is to:
- Provide content that is searchable using tags, with grouping based on searchable titles and the “tag cloud”.
- Broadcast these links across other social media as a game audio related stream of constantly updating information. (in particularly via the Twitter #GameAudio hashtag)
- Replace static webpages that host links but don’t provide cross referencing, search, or tags.
The name “Game Audio Relevance” is meant to portray that the information one will find is relevant to, but not necessarily exclusively about game audio. For example, many articles about audio recording or synthesis are relevant to game audio though not about game audio specifically.
Many fine people from the sound community have contributed to provide over 800 links to launch with and the resource continues to grow as we gobble up additional resources. The hope is that this provides a resource to people who are looking for information about Game Audio and allows them to dig deeper through the use of related articles and content.
Subscribing via RSS or Twitter @IASIG_GamAudRel will keep you up to date on new posts and keep you in the loop on developments as we move forward.
There’s an addition post commemorating the launch with some additional info over here: