22 episodes

A podcast that features a varied cohort conversing regularly about game audio since 2014! Ideas, techniques, secrets, opinions, and all the miscellany you can fathom related to the world of sound design and music production for video games.

Game Audio Hour Team GAH

    • Leisure
    • 5.0 • 1 Rating

A podcast that features a varied cohort conversing regularly about game audio since 2014! Ideas, techniques, secrets, opinions, and all the miscellany you can fathom related to the world of sound design and music production for video games.

    Ep. 227 - How Many Plugin Standards Is Enough?

    Ep. 227 - How Many Plugin Standards Is Enough?

    The trio of Alex, Vince, and Mike go through some of the latest things to hit in the world of audio production and music: 32 bit floating point field recorders, the CLever Audio Plugin API, The Mechanical Licensing Collective, and a bunch of other stuff which leads to the now standard longer-than-an-hour episode. Will they be able to rein it in for the next one?

    Notable mentions include:
    CLAP - https://github.com/free-audio/clap
    Zoom field recorders - https://zoomcorp.com/en/us/field-recorders/
    The MLC - https://www.themlc.com/
    Sound Exchange - https://www.soundexchange.com/
    Obi-Wan Kenobi - https://www.disneyplus.com/series/obi-wan-kenobi/
    Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War - https://www.crunchyroll.com/kaguya-sama-love-is-war
    Top Gun: Maverick - https://www.topgunmovie.com/

    Featuring: Alex May, Michael Shapiro, and Vincent Diamante

    Recorded June 23, 2022

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Ep. 226 - It's Mac Tonight?!

    Ep. 226 - It's Mac Tonight?!

    Vince and Alex are up to their usual shenanigans as they rock the mics for this episode. This time around, the duo starts from the 1997 Norwegian film Insomnia and Vince's short academic career in film school before getting to the business at hand of game audio. Notable mentions include: the Roland MC-50 Micro Composer and TR-808 Rhythm Composer, the new Apple Silicon powered MacBook Pro, the RME Babyface and Ladyface audio interfaces, CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077, Capcom's Lost Planet 2, and Fishlabs's Chorus.

    Featuring: Alex May and Vincent Diamante

    Recorded May 27, 2022

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep. 225 - Elden Ring's Chariot Boss (of Fire!)

    Ep. 225 - Elden Ring's Chariot Boss (of Fire!)

    Alex, Mike, and Vince are back to their usual podcast recording ways. This time, they talk a bit about foley instrument software before moving on to Elden Ring and the question of how to score such an immersive and expansive environment as well as commemorating the groundbreaking synth work of Vangelis. Notable mentions include: Eurovision, GameSynth (audio tool, Tsugi), Walker (footstep foley tool, UVI), Elden Ring (game, FromSoftware), John Zorn (composer), Blade Runner (film), Chariots of Fire (film), and Wool (book trilogy, Hugh Howey).

    Featuring: Alex May, Michael Shapiro, and Vincent Diamante

    Recorded May 20, 2022

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep. 224 - (Reverb) Depth and Breadth

    Ep. 224 - (Reverb) Depth and Breadth

    The trio of Alex, Mike, and Vince is back for this episode. A journey down the rabbit-hole of reverbs gets sidetracked as they talk about how one writes for oneself as well as conveys oneself to a potential client... but you can't completely squash the gear talk. Notable mentions include: Sonsig Rev-A by (reverb plugin, Relab Development), HD Cart by (reverb plugin, Reverb Foundry), FlexVerb by (reverb plugin, SSL), Seventh Heaven by (reverb plugin, LiquidSonics), Elden Ring (game, FromSoftware), Encanto (movie, Disney), and Trek to Yomi (game, Devolver Digital).

    Featuring: Alex May, Michael Shapiro, and Vincent Diamante

    Recorded May 13, 2022

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep. 223 - DAW, SSL, CRM?

    Ep. 223 - DAW, SSL, CRM?

    Alex and Mike have talk about audio things new and old, from technical (talking compressors and EQs) to relationships (with potential customers and even the potential changes coming to Twitter). Notable mentions this episode include: the SSL Essentials Bundle, Sonimus Sweetone, the KVR One-Synth-Challenge, A Sound Effect, Daylite, Elden Ring, and iamamiwhoami.

    Featuring: Alex May and Michael Shapiro

    Recorded April 29, 2022

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Ep. 222 - The Duo Prescribes Listening Homework!

    Ep. 222 - The Duo Prescribes Listening Homework!

    Alex and Mike are at it with a bevy of current and diverse topics! Computer noise, music distro services, even that (that!) orchestra hit are fair game in this episode! Notable mentions include: TAILS (plugin by Unfiltered Audio), Crystalline (plugin by BABY Audio), Hey Hey Rise Up (single by Pink Floyd), Elden Ring (game by From Software), Project Hail Mary (novel by Andy Weir), Witness (album by VOLA), Chorus (game by Deep Silver).

    Featuring: Alex May and Michael Shapiro

    Recorded April 8, 2022

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Top Podcasts In Leisure

NPR
Critical Role
Si Robertson & Justin Martin
Clutterbug™
geekandsundry
Trash Taste Podcast

You Might Also Like