Do you produce audio for videogames? UK Game Composers is a new project to capture all of the composers, performers, musicians, producers and other audio experts working in games across the whole of Britain.
Curious is the Royal Society of Edinburgh's summer events programme. In 2020, there's a whole thread on #AppliedGames. If you're not up to speed on the application of games outside of games, this is a golden opportunity. It's the future, trust us...
Game Changers, a showcase of the best in UK videogames music, will be streamed live on the evening of Tuesday August 6th 2020. Featuring @chipzel @LuciHolland @nyokee @ninichimusic & @circuitbird. Sign up now.
Researchers from Edinburgh Napier and Manchester Mentropolitan Universities are looking into how gamers listen to audio while playing. Please help by sharing your own experiences and preferences for game audio.
The Glasgow School of Art is holding a (virtual) open evening for it's amazing range of postgraduate courses focusing on areas of gaming including: medical & heritage visualisation, VR and serious games.
Edinburgh-based Krotos, the company behind the Dehumaniser voice processor (awesome for making roars, screams, moans and other monster-type sounds for games, VR and animation...) has raised a 'six figure sum'... Continue Reading →
The Scottish Games Network, Creative Scotland and Scottish Enterprise are working together to produce the first ever entirely comprehensive survey of Scotland's games industry.
If you work in the games industry, there's something new you should sign up to NOW. BAFTA CREW for Games is now open. CREW is an intensive programme of masterclasses,... Continue Reading →
Attention audio professionals. Music Gateway is an online portal, which gives musicians a portal to the rest of the creative world. This allows game developers, film makers, animators and others... Continue Reading →