Breaking In to Game Audio

by Darius Kazemi on December 15, 2006

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Vincent Diamante is the man. He was also my roommate at the 2005 Indie Game Jam.

He’s written an article on how to get into the game audio industry–check it out!

He makes an interesting observation about game audio at the end of the article:

While team sizes will go up as you go to bigger and better projects, audio team sizes don’t change quite so quickly. The experience that you had being an audio director with lots of responsibilities (music, sound effects, ambience, ADR direction and recording, integration) on that small project will come in handy as you find yourself acting as an audio director on a next-gen console project.


Anonymous December 19, 2006 at 7:56 pm

hey asshole, you have the same name as I do, Darius Kazemi. Fuck! every google search I do I come across your lard ass. Give me a break man or I’ll get my mujahideen brothers on your ass.

The Real Darius Kazemi

Darius Kazemi December 19, 2006 at 8:50 pm

Hi other Darius,

Maybe you should consider doing something noteworthy, and then you’ll show in Google, too.

-The Noteworthy Darius Kazemi

Anonymous December 19, 2006 at 9:11 pm

hints on what I could do to become noteworthy?

I’m a tired disgruntled balding man.

-The Real Darius Kazemi

PS: I’m going to start reading your blog because I am bored as fuck.

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