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  1. game audio job board

    Hey Nate! (and game audio peeps) I finally finished the Game Audio 101 eBook and also wanted to drop in here to announce the [url="http://www.gameaudio101.com/toolbox.php"]game audio jobs[/url] board which may be of interest to visitors let's try and meetup soon Cheers, Ben Long [url="http://www.noisebuffet.com"]http://www.noisebuffet.com[/url]
  2. Game Audio: shopping your wares in the industry

    Hi Delorian, you can certainly click here and stay abreast of any [url="http://www.gameaudio101.com/toolbox.php"]game audio jobs[/url] on the site which also (gasp) has my new eBook! It was lauched during my talks at GDC China and SXSW Interactive with specific tips that will help you - best of luck in your journey! Ben Long [url="http://www.noisebuffet.com"]http://www.noisebuffet.com[/url]
  3. Indeed! I just moved my studio into the giant red castle at 30th/Vallejo. Can't miss it from anywhere downtown. looking forward to meeting cheers, Ben www.noisebuffet.com
  4. What a great post! There are so many ways to get involved with games. Mine was landing the first gig locally (paying gig) and then going to conferences and speaking about the work in front of small crowds. This led to more work as well as an invite to contribute to a new game audio design textbook! http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html/601-7083768-8864113?asin=1428318062&afid=yahoosspplp_bmvd&lnm=1428318062|Game_Development_Essentials:_Game_Audio_Development_(Game_Development_Essentials)_:_Books&ref=tgt_adv_XSNG1060 just googled it and Target is selling it!? I was interviewed in the book and also contributed to the sample DVD. I have since worked on coin-op, casual and mobile games. I get my work by attending any and every event that is remotely associated with gaming. I look forward to doing larger scale work as my studio was recently re-located into a 20,000 sq. ft. church built in 1890. If you come to Denver, be sure to contact me for the grand tour! It would be good to talk shop with other composers cheers Ben www.noisebuffet.com