Hey there audio aficionados,
I get 100 hits a day on my post about building acoustic panels. In the same spirit of that post, I wanted to share a tutorial on how I built my own Foley Pit!
Head on over to PlayDotSound, where I wrote up the article with detailed steps about the process and all materials involved!
I’ll be updating the post with recordings in the future. I made the blog post right after building it and was too excited to share it to wait to post about it!
PlayDotSound, the new Game Audio Tutorial Blog, has been launched!
Play Dot Sound is designed to be laser focused on teaching Game Audio concepts and sharing insider industry knowledge.
As a Berklee Educator, I wanted to have an outlet to share concepts that go beyond the courses I teach ranging from the basics to unusual creative concepts.
Part of my personal mission has always been to give back to the community which has given so much to me!
So, if you are new to Game Audio, or are an old school game audio veteran wanting to learn some new tricks, head on over to PlayDotSound and let the learning begin 🙂
ABOUT PLAY DOT SOUND
Play Dot Sound is a website dedicated to help you make the best game audio possible.
This site is full of insider tips on creating video game sound effects, how to make music for video games, and how to integrate it all into your games. There will also be interviews and articles from video game industry leaders to help inspire both audio professionals and newbies.
Play Dot Sound is the creation of game industry veterans Aaron Brown, Brad Fotsch, and Matt Piersall.