Soundscapes, environments, other worlds of reality and fantasy; these are the realm of audio for gaming. Integrating the skills and technologies used in recording music and sound for film, video game sound is a huge industry that continues to grow as gaming becomes more and more popular with players of all age groups.
Sound recording for video games is part of the CRAS Master Recording Program II which includes topics and proficiencies in digital studio system configuration, digital audio workstation control surfaces, advanced digital processing and digital audio production techniques. Learn how to mix in our Surround Sound Studio.
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Video game audio is taught in CRAS Studio D, a production environment centered around integrating music, effects and sounds into video games.
Studio D features the same audio monitoring system as studios like Skywalker Sound and Chase Productions. And is the only school where students can learn Audiokenetic WWISE software – the standard of the video game industry.