WE ARE GAMEMAKERS

 

Who we are:

We are a diverse team of developers driven by a passion for our art, united by our core values and inspired by a culture of inclusivity to build amazing games that thrill players everywhere. We pursue growth and innovation in an environment of safety and trust. Our culture is built on the belief that the more varied voices in our collective will strengthen our team and our games.  We are looking for our next teammate who will raise our bar and make us better.

 

What we need:

We’re looking for an experienced Senior Audio Designer who can help us create emotionally compelling & technically sophisticated audio experiences for our AAA multi-platform game.

In this role, you will work with the Lead Audio Designer to help design and create exceptional quality audio content that matches the look, feel, and style of gameplay as set by the Art Director, Creative Director, Engineers, Producers, Game Designers, Animators & Artists. Day-to-day duties will be primarily centered on designing audio content, as well as implementation and specking Audio equipment.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the above-mentioned teams to design and build game audio that supports gameplay and the aesthetic sense
  • Work with animators to support cut scenes and other cinematics
  • Assist with voice recording sessions and further editing and integration of those files
  • Work in WWise and Unreal Editor to integrate audio
  • Manage and lead all external audio resources, VO and Foley when necessary
  • When needed, compose music that fits the style of the game and propels the vision forward

 

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Who you are:

Our ideal candidate has a combination of solid aesthetic sense, acute attention to detail and a high level of technical expertise, as well as a strong understanding of audio engineering principles and techniques. This person will have significant experience using tools such as Avid Pro-Tools, iZotope RX & AudioKinetic Wwise, amongst others. We are looking for someone who has experience working in various surround formats, has a minimum of 5 years experience as an audio designer in the gaming industry (or related field), and has shipped at least one AAA title in a Senior Audio Designer capacity. (Multi-platform experience preferred)

A passion for your craft with an inherent desire to learn and grow while sharing your knowledge and expertise with others is the type of team-member that will thrive on our team.

 

 

Join our mission: Bring fun, inspiration and awe to our lives and to our community:

https://thirtyfirstunion.com/values

 

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