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About This Show
Michael Heuer from Sound Design Academy shares all of his best sound design, and audio editing techniques, gear tips, and awesome audio hacks so you can stomp the audio industry and be at the forefront of audio quality with your voiceovers, podcasts, and audio career. Learn how you can consistently deliver amazing audio that truly shines so that you can stress less, grab the gig, and sound like a pro in no time! If you’re searching for a way to break into the industry, hear how the pros do it, and how you can do it too during your spare time, commute, or whenever you’ve got your the urge, Michael Heuer makes it happen every week. Each session introduces you to somebody who’s out there making it happen, sharing their epic fails, epiphanies, great successes, and so much more. Every session ends with a jam session where each guest shares awesome resources and words of wisdom for you!
Most Recent Episode
SDA 015: Matt Besler – Bioware’s Blowin’ Stuff Up!
Nov 11 15
This episode I’m chatting’ it up with Bioware’s Matt Besler! Matt has a had a varied career in film, television, and gaming with such titles as the Mass Effect Trilogy as well as Dragon Age: Origins, 2, and inquisition along with Mass Effect Andromeda which will be dropping the Winter of 2016. Matt has specifically been an audio lead on Dragon Age: Awakening and Origins DLC.
Where are you from originally? — this also leads into Matt’s career path (1:31)
Matt started at Bioware when he was 31 (18:57)
What style of music was your band? (25:46)
What was it like working on your first game? (29:28)
How did your dialogue get mastered for Mass Effect? (32:46)
Out of all the games you’ve worked on has there been a favorite? (38:10)
Story about Frank (41:43)
Craziest recording session (44:55)
Do you have a favorite mic? (54:33)
What mic is Bioware using on dialogue? (56:53)
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