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Audio Summit: Audio QA: Getting useful Feedback on your Audio Work

Renaud Barne  (QA lead / Voice director, Demute)

Location: Room 3002, West Hall

Date: Tuesday, March 19

Time: 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Pass Type: All Access Pass, Audio Pass, Summits Pass - Get your pass now!

Topic: Audio

Format: Session

Vault Recording: Video

Audience Level: All

In this session, Renaud Barne presents Audio Quality Assurance (QA) and underscores its critical role in enhancing game audio. He explores the problem he faced with audio feedback and the general misunderstanding of sound in games and the practical aspects of seamlessly integrating Audio QA within a development team for all departments - from sound design, voice direction and music. This includes strategies for hiring the right talents and implementing audio-specific tools tailored to your project's requirements. Additionally, the speaker will delve into the concrete benefits of nurturing a strong partnership between QA and Developers at every project stage. This approach not only streamlines processes but also boosts productivity, fosters sustained interest, and ultimately results in fewer bugs and shorter turnaround times. By embracing Audio QA, you can optimize your soundscapes and achieve top-notch results in your projects.

Takeaway

In this talk, you will learn how Audio Quality Assurance can elevate game audio, through addressing challenges in audio feedback, reducing bug counts, practical strategies for QA integration across departments, hiring the right talents, implementing technical tools for non-technical profiles, and fostering strong QA-Developer partnerships for a better sound.

Intended Audience

The target audience is anyone thinking of resorting to Audio Quality Assurance (QA), either by creating a department or outsourcing ; game audio studios looking to improve their sound design ; managers and executives looking to keep people interested in their job ; people looking to get into QA.



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