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Larry, Yucheng Chang's Blog

 

Larry Chang is a Taiwanese composer and sound designer. Larry began his career scoring for films, multimedia and theater productions in 2011. Larry’s work in the commercial film, Zone Pro Site: The Moveable Feast, was nominated for Best Original Film Score in Golden Horse Awards (2013), the equivalent to the Oscars in East Asia. Larry has a Masters degree in Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University. 

As the Audio Director at Construct Studio, Larry has dedicated to creating immersive linear and interactive audio experiences for games and Virtual Reality. Construct Studio’s interactive narrative VR title, The Price of Freedom, has received various awards and honors including Runners-Up for Best Cinematic VR/ Narrative Achievement of Vision Summit (2016), and Nominee for Best VR Experience of BIG Festival (2016). Larry was also the winner of Microsoft GameOn Contest (2015), International Serious Play Gold Awards (2015) and G.A.N.G. Scholar Program (2015)

 

 

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Posted by Larry, Yucheng Chang on Tue, 23 Oct 2018 05:02:00 EDT in Audio, Design, Indie, VR
Audio design for interactive VR narrative not only directly affects the immersion of the experience, but it also affects how the composer guides the audience’s emotion. This article shares some insights using The Price of Freedom as a case study.


Posted by Larry, Yucheng Chang on Wed, 06 Jan 2016 03:11:00 EST in Design, Console/PC, Serious, Indie
What should you keep in mind when you want to design games that evoke the feeling of serenity?



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