A basic introduction and overview of the content of the video series.
Pro Tools Overview4:04
An overview of some essential Pro Tools features that viewers should know before proceeding.
An introduction to the Unity game engine including a tour of the main window.
Using an electric guitar to create an electrical zap for the flying robot.
Using a Slinky to create the sound of the playerÕs laser weapon.
Using the Signal Generator to create a whoosh sound for the boss mechÕs missiles.
Player Footsteps Pt. 111:31
Recording footstep elements in the studio.
Player Footsteps Pt. 26:08
Editing footsteps in Pro Tools.
Recording metal impacts and a remote control car to create the bot footsteps.
Using a garden hose to create a rain background, and using the Xpand!2 virtual instrument to create an interior space station hum.
The video gaming industry is beyond huge, and the opportunities in this field are endless. Professional game sound designer Eric Kuehnl shows you what it takes to create the sounds that bring video games to life!
Eric begins with overviews of essential Pro Tools features that new sound designers need to know, and then goes over the free Unity game engine software used in this tutorial series.
Eric then dives right into how he physically creates new sounds using found objects, live recordings, and samples for the various elements of the example game he creates.
Finally, you'll see how to process and finish the complex and complete sounds such as Flyer Zaps, Player Guns, Mech Missiles, Player Footsteps, Robot Footsteps, and Background Ambience in Pro Tools.
If you've ever wanted to create sounds for video games, or if you're a sound designer looking for some killer Pro Tools tips, watch "Creating Game Audio with Pro Tools" today!
Submitted 2 years ago
Good tips and tricks
Been using Pro Tools for 15 years and I still learned some new tricks in this series. It was fun to see the different things you recorded for SFX. Needs a nice wrap-up, though. Feels cut off.
I am a: Professional, Musician, Sound Designer
Submitted 2 years ago
The "Creating Game Audio with Pro Tools" tutorial series is an excellent view. Instructor has a belt full of industry experience and it definitely shows through this course.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Sound Designer, Producer, Game Designer, Musician
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