Hiring Kit: Video Game Audio Engineer
Modern video games rely on a cornucopia of sounds to engage and engross players. Whether it is ambient sound to set the mood, music to invoke a feeling or dialog to tell the story, sound is vital to the immersive experience of a video game. The individual responsible for meshing all those disparate sounds together to create a coherent soundscape is the video game audio engineer.
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Audio engineers frequently work with musicians and sound designers to help them accomplish their artistic goals. However, it is important to remember that video game audio engineers are not audio producers. Audio producers are responsible for melding the sound to fit a given vision, while audio engineers are focused on the execution and technical completeness of the work.
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