MUC285 Game Audio: Design
Introduces sound design for use in video game projects and adjacent interactive experiences. Includes the creation process and the theory behind sound effects for historically important game experiences. Covers techniques for creating sounds in various styles ranging from Hyper-Realism to Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Recommended: knowledge of a DAW, basic audio recording and production. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)
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|CRN||Location & type||Days & time||Dates||Seats available||Materials||More info||Sign up|
|25524||CA Remote||MWMonday and Wednesday|
from 4 to 5:50pm
From March 29 through June 9, 2021
|Textbooks for CRN 25524||Instructor: Jordan A Laurent|
Tuition: credit Fees: $0
Course details: CRN 25524
No textbooks required
This class will require use of a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) that can import and/or export video for completing assignments and a personal computer or laptop capable of running a DAW. Students are allowed to use a DAW of their preference as long as it meets the above requirements. Experience or knowledge of a DAW is recommended, though not required - more on this below.
Not sure if your DAW can process video, or have questions about which DAW to use for your device? Contact the instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The instructor will be using Ableton Live 10 Suite and Reaper for in-class demonstrations and application of musical concepts and recording, though students are allowed to use a DAW of their preference. If you are interested in following along or learning a DAW in this class, you can download a 90-day free evaluation version of Ableton Live 10 Suite here.
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