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Control Where it Belongs: Latest Generation Audio Development for Xbox
Price $5.95
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Weight 9 lb, 2 oz
SKU GDC-03-147
Control Where it Belongs: Latest Generation Audio Development for Xbox,

Audio, Lecture

Brian Schmidt
Program Manager, Xbox audio and Media, Microsoft

Scott Selfon
Xbox Senior Audio Specialist, Microsoft
This talk covers the evolution of the latest generation of audio tools for Xbox. It includes a “post mortem” on Xbox audio design, rational for new tools, design criteria, reasons for decisions as well as present solutions. Demos are given of the latest Xbox audio tools, which show the approach Xbox has taken to solving the problems of audio design and integration into video games that put more of the power (and responsibility) of audio implementation into the hands of the sound designer and composer. We'll also cover what the implications of that level of control have on game sound design.

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