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You will work on cutting-edge audio technology, expanding audio systems and integrating sound into gameplay to deliver exciting game experiences.
We are looking for a talented, motivated and experienced person to help establish and grow the future of Rocksmith and other new exciting titles. Qualified individuals are expected to be well organized, passionate, with a contagious enthusiasm for creating quality audio experience for a well received enthusiastic global audience.
You will be a part of a collaboration-oriented team where you will have the opportunity to contribute in meaningful ways.
Assist with and collaborate in implementing and debugging audio systems for game development in our SF Studio
Adopt and improve the existing audio development process.
Help manage audio data budget, Wwise session organization, SoundBank structure and loading, and run-time audio optimizations
Create high quality sound design for all areas of the game, including UI and musical stings
Ability to mentor junior audio designers
Proficient with Audiokinetic’s Wwise
Extensive knowledge of implementing audio in modern game engines
Advanced knowledge of sound design, synthesis, & audio manipulation
Excellent recording and production skills for music, voice-over, and foley recording
Knowledge of and experience with modern audio systems in AAA titles
Work efficiently and autonomously with a high attention to detail
Understanding of mix engineering process and loudness standards within the industry
Strong musical background, preferably playing an instrument
Unrelenting passion for games
Basic understanding of DSP and audio programming skills
Desire to keep up with gaming news and audio trends
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