George Hufnagl's Blog
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A game audio overview of my work, thus far, on Trinket Studios' game, Battle Chef Brigade.
I absolutely adore collaborations. Be they with game developers, animators, fellow audiophiles or creatives of any stripe, I love the social nature of the experience.
We're back with another 3x5 interview, featuring our friends from SOE, Gary Miranda & Rodney Gates. Sound marriage, Ben Burtt and controlled chaos are all discussed about their ongoing live game, Planetside 2!
Homemade bullet whizbys, Call of Duty and Wind Beneath My Wings and more make up the latest 3x5 Interview with Mark Kilborn!
Read about how Leonard likes to create sounds from scratch and what a "Wilhelm Poot" sounds like in the latest 3x5 Interview.
Discover how "Independence, Failure, Naivety, Labor, Passion" all work together to form the background of Matt Piersall's life as a composer, sound designer and Noby Noby Boy enthusiast.
George Hufnagl's Comments
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Thanks for reading, you two ...
Thanks for reading, you two r n r nOh, Mr. Rob - you be so silly. r n r nNicholas - sorry that you didn 't get much more out of it than that, but stay tuned today as we will have a new post on Creating Sound that details ...
[News - 02/01/2013 - 11:50]
Nice post, Mike. I largely ...
Nice post, Mike. I largely agree with you. r n r nThe examples of Proteus and Dear Esther seem like clear cases of the more things change, the more they stay the same with regard to their entrance, reception and backlash. We 've seen analogous situations in music, especially with ...
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[News - 04/25/2012 - 05:08]
To me, this seems like ...
To me, this seems like a slap in the face to anyone actively creating games that do not teach players about the arts or important social issues. Is the implication that the current state of games lacks cultural merit or insufficiently promotes important social issues Why is preference being given ...