• DaveDeLizza
    Posts: 7
    Joined: Dec 28th, 2009
    More Game Audio That's the syllabus for berklee's game audio introduction seminar (online version). I took one of berk's online course a while ago, and while it was pretty good, there was a lot of fluff and i'm sure a ton of the money goes to pretty stupid stuff. Also, the high cost is also pointed toward having a certificate program or school credits, and if you don't need that, I'm sure it can be undercut. I would even pay outside membership to have a replicated version of this done BETTER by mpv (as you tend to do almost everything better) without a bunch of fluff that some of those courses tend to include to fill up time. Scott and Steve H's and David's courses are a great start, but maybe something a little more rigid even, perhaps dealing with a project file or something like that.
  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: More Game Audio
    Hi Dave, Thanks for the feedback. We're working on some tasty new areas... and I believe Game Audio should be getting some more love too! :)
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