The New Face of Audio

Brandon, Alexander
October 2006
Mix;Oct2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p76
The article highlights audio director Alexander Brandon at Midway Home Entertainment in San Diego, California. Brandon hstarted doing music for a game in 1996 titled Unreal and was followed by the Unreal Tournament in 1999. He served on the steering committee of the Interactive Audio Special Interest Group and on the board of directors of the Game Audio Network Guild. He had also written his second hands-on book on game audio, "Audio for Games: Planning, Process and Production."


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