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The Audio Designer participates in implementing parts of the artistic and technical content of the soundtrack and supports its integration.
ResponsibilitiesWorks on the creation and implementation of all the sound effects including sound on animations, cutscene and scripted eventsResponsible for the Ambient Dialogue in-game implementationWorks closely with Gameplay Programmers, Animators, and Level Designers to ensure that the audio design supports the game designInnovates and resolves technical problems for the artistic development of tools used in video game production in order to improve work processesRespects budget, performance constraints, and milestone deliveriesVerifies the quality by testing and optimizing the sound integrated into the gameCreates the asset listsDocuments processes and proceduresDebugs and tweaks sound implementationMaintains the sound studioFollows directions and actively communicates all dependencies, changes, and tasks completion to the Lead Audio DesignerHolds regular meetings with the Lead Audio Designer to ensure that the quality and artistic directions match expectations
QualificationsStrong background in audio engineering with a solid understanding of signal processing, 3D positional audio and masteringPreferably with 5 years of sound engineering and audio-post production experienceGood knowledge on industry standard DAW and tools (e.g. Protools, Nuendo, Sound Forge, Soundminer, Basehead, etc.)Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must be able to comprehend on fast phase and complex game environments.Self-driven, autonomous, team player and eager to learnMust be motivated and passionate about sound design and implementation
PlusesStrong gameplay instinctsKnowledge of at least one current game audio engine (e.g. Wwise, FMOD, XACT, etc)Foley/ Field recording experienceC++ or similar audio programming languages
To all applicants: Kindly upload your cover letter, resume and portfolio.
Your portfolio should demonstrate adequate sound editing and sound design work.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.