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Responsabilités et tâches

  • Préparer et développer tous les contenus liés à la voix pour notre jeu.

  • Collaborer avec les directeur·trice·s narratifs et audio pour développer l'esthétique et les systèmes vocaux.

  • Planifier, programmer et assister aux sessions d'enregistrement des voix en fonction des étapes du projet.

  • Travailler en étroite collaboration avec les parties prenantes pour s'assurer que la conception vocale du jeu est parfaitement connue, documentée et réalisée tout au long du développement.

  • Participer à la création et à l'organisation du contenu lié aux voix dans la structure et le pipeline de la base de données vocales.

  • Mettre en œuvre, organiser et maintenir le contenu et la structure dans les applications propriétaires de la base de données vocales.

  • Effectuer la postproduction du contenu vocal selon les besoins.

  • gérer et mettre en œuvre les actifs liés à la voix dans le moteur sonore et le moteur de jeu.

  • Assurer la liaison avec les équipes de localisation pour le contenu vocal dans toutes les langues spécifiées.

  • Collaborer avec divers sous-traitants pour le casting, l'enregistrement et la postproduction.

  • Déboguer le contenu vocal dans le jeu pour garantir la qualité du produit final.


 

Qualifications recherchées

  • Diplôme d'études supérieures en musique, en sonorisation ou expérience professionnelle dans le domaine concerné.

  • Idéalement, plus d'un an d'expérience en conception de jeux ou d'expérience connexe dans l'industrie.

  • Expérience dans la construction et l'organisation de pipelines de contenu vocal.

  • Expérience du casting, de l'enregistrement, de l'édition des voix et de la direction des voix.

  • Expérience de travail avec du contenu vocal pour les médias numériques.

  • Expérience de l'utilisation d'une variété d'applications/pipelines de middleware audio (Wwise, etc.).

  • Connaissance du traitement audio et des logiciels (Reaper, ProTools, Izotope RX, etc.) pour le traitement du contenu lié à la voix, l'ajout d'effets spéciaux et l'application de normes de volume sonore.

  • Capacité avérée à résoudre les problèmes de manière efficace et à produire des résultats dans les délais impartis.

  • Excellentes compétences en matière d'organisation et de communication.

  • Avoir une connaissance approfondie des systèmes audio des jeux et une passion pour l'amélioration de la qualité de l'expérience de l'utilisateur final.

  • Avoir une attitude positive, pragmatique et orientée vers la recherche de solutions.

ENGLISH:

Position - Voice Designer

Haven Studio’s Voice Designer will design and implement all voice-related content in our recently announced Fairgame$ title from conception to completion. You will work closely with  Audio, Design and Production, to ensure that we achieve AAA quality voice content.

Reporting:

The Voice Designer will report to a Haven Producer.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Prepare and develop all voice-related content for our game

  • Collaborate with the narrative and audio directors to develop the voice aesthetics and systems

  • Plan, schedule, and attend voice recording sessions according to project milestones

  • Work closely with stakeholders to ensure the voice design of the game is fully known, documented, and realized throughout development

  • Participate in creating and organizing voice-related content in the voice database structure and pipeline

  • Implement, organize, and maintain content and structure in proprietary voice database applications

  • Carry out post-production of voice-related content as needed

  • Manage and implement voice-related assets into the sound and game engine

  • Liaise with localization teams on voice content in all specified languages

  • Collaborate with various outsourcers for casting, recording and post production.

  • Debug voice-related content in the game to ensure final product quality

Minimum Qualifications

  • College degree in Music, Sound, or relevant industry work experience

  • Ideally 1+ year of game design experience or associated industry experience

  • Experience building and organizing voice-content pipelines

  • Experience casting, recording, editing voice talent, and providing voice direction

  • Experience working with voice-related content for digital media

  • Experience using a variety of audio middleware (Wwise, etc.) applications/pipelines

  • Knowledge of audio processing and software (Reaper, ProTools, Izotope RX, etc.) for processing voice-related content, adding special effects, and enforcing loudness standards

  • Demonstrated ability to problem-solve effectively and produce timely project results

  • Excellent organizational and communication skills

  • Must have a keen understanding of game audio systems and a passion to improve the quality of the end-user experience

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