Austin DeVries from Riot Games discusses the process of creating the sonic characteristics for a new character in League of Legends.
Blizzard’s Scott Lawlor and Tomas Neumann’s GDC 2016 presentation, in which they discuss the choices made on an aesthetic and technical level to help achieve Overwatch’s dynamic audio landscape.
John Broomhall speaks to audio director Richard Lapington about pulling together the sound for Remedy Entertainment’s unusual TV show/video game hybrid, Quantum Break.
GANG IESD co-chair Kenneth Young speaks to Naughty Dog’s Phillip Kovats and Jonathan Lanier about the GANG award winning mix in The Last of Us.
Rob Bridgett on making informed decisions early enough in the game development process to avoid clunky mix decisions later in the project.
Jack Menhorn at DesigningSound.org gets Media Molecule’s Kenneth Young and Capcom’s Tomoya Kishi to interview each other about their work, resulting in an unconventionally wide-ranging conversation.
An interview with composers Kenneth Young and Brian D’Oliveira on their music for Tearaway.
Rob Bridgett in interview with Ariel Gross, exploring the evolving role of game audio personel, how they think about their work and promote themselves to the world.
Jack Menhorn interviews Tomoya Kishi for Designing Sound on his background, approach to work, the centralised audio department at Capcom and, perhaps most interestingly, the cultural differences in audio aesthetic between the West and Japan.