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  TSUGI RELEASES DSP ANIME
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12/05/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

NIIGATA, JAPAN – DECEMBER 05, 2013 Tsugi is pleased to announce the release of DSP Anime( www.dspanime.com ), a new software to create sound effects for games.

DSP Anime is part of the new “Dynamic Sound Packs” series from Tsugi, which uses sound synthesis to generate myriads of sound effects instead of relying on libraries of fixed recordings.

With a fantastic graphic user interface, a powerful synthesis engine, and useful functions such as the automatic generation of random sound variations and the export to game audio middleware (Wwise, FMOD Studio, and ADX2), DSP Anime makes the creation of sound effects easy and fun.

The first categories of sounds include typical sound effects for magic, fight, emotions, events and moves. The software can be expanded with free downloadable content: the first free pack, “Pets”, is already available.

ABOUT TSUGI

Tsugi provides consultancy, research and development services to the video game, animation and movie industries. The company specializes in smart tools and engines that make artists more efficient and offer them more creative options. Typical clients include game studios, middleware companies, post-production houses and freelance professionals. Tsugi also publishes their own software solutions for the hobbyist and professional creators. 

 

 
   
   
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