Join Christian Bradley for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps for audio engineers, part of Careers in the Game Industry.
- [Voiceover] Are you already interested in music…and looking for a way to transition those interests…into a career?…Does a career in game audio sound like a great job?…It is a great job.…Since I've already mentioned the various software…and skills you should look into learning in previous videos,…I wanted to wrap up this audio engineer guide…with a few tips that will get you started right now…and give you a path that will get you even more information…about this exciting career.…Look at the other courses we offer.…There's a lot of courses that deal directly…with music harmony, creating digital audio,…and learning how to use the hardware and software…necessary to create your own music and audio.…
First, take a look at the courses…on various digital audio workstation solutions,…Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, Ableton, and Reaper, for example.…The course Music Theory for Songwriters:…Harmony with Julian Velard is a great course…where Julian discusses the basics…of what makes appealing harmonies.…Music Production Secrets by Larry Crane,…
- A brief history of video games
- The phases of game development
- Roles in game development
- Essential programming, art, design, and audio skills
- Choosing a game engine
- Funding options outside the game studio system
Skill Level Beginner
Unity 5: 2D Essential Training (2015)with Jesse Freeman3h 22m Intermediate
Creating a Game Environment in Blender and Unitywith Darrin Lile3h 13m Intermediate
1. Game Studios
2. Roles in Game Development
3. Game Design and Development
4. Alternatives to the Studio Model
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