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Game Audio Boston Presents: Lightning Talks!
For our next Game Audio Boston (GAB) meet up on June 20th, 2017 from 6-8pm at the Berklee Learning Center (150 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston MA) we are calling on YOU to submit a 10-minute lightning talk. Submit your idea using the form below. Presentations should be kept to 10 minutes each.
Let us know if you have any questions at
Examples talks could include, but are not limited to:
- Recording Voice Over - Tips and Tricks
- Recording Studios in New England
- Contracting Musicians
- Musician Rates
- Introduction to Foley Recording
- How to Create Atmospheric Pads
- Common Orchestration Mistakes
- Analysis of the Audio in a Recent or Historical Game
- Building a Interactive Score Using Layering
- Wwise Tips and Tricks
- An Introduction to Fmod
- Blueprints in Unreal
Obviously some of these suggestions could be an entire presentation alone in which case we may consider them for an upcoming meeting. For our June meeting we plan on having about 6 ten minute presentations (about an hour), followed by a open discussion. Game Audio Boston (GAB) will provide a laptop HDMI connection to a large monitor with speakers. We will also have a thunderbolt to HDMI, a DVI to HDMI, or VGA to HDMI adapters available.
Please submit your idea for a Lightning Talk before midnight Saturday June 10th. Game Audio Boston will be contacting you about your submission.
Game Audio Boston (GAB) is a brand new community enabling the discussion of interactive audio for games including sound design, music composition, and implementation by sharing technical advice and tutorials, exploring new tools, and encouraging industry networking. Each month will feature a presentation on a given topic, as well as guided round-table discussions. Game audio meet ups across the country have become an industry cornerstone for growing an enthusiastic community of game composers, sound designers, and developers interested in learning more about interactive audio.
Let us know about any other technical requirements you need for your presentation, and a basic idea of how your be presenting (e.g. presenting PowerPoint slides on a Windows 10 machine with an HDMI connection)
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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