Ask Me Anything about Sound Design for Games with Eduardo Pesole

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Course overview

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Join us for an exclusive Ask Me Anything session with Eduardo Pesole, Music Hackspace tutor, focusing on Sound Design for Games. Taking place on the 18th of January at 5 pm UK time and 6 pm Berlin time, this live event offers a unique opportunity to delve into the world of game audio.

Who is this sessions for?

  • Sound Designers for Games
  • Game Developers and Audio Professionals
  • Students and Aspiring Game Audio Professionals
  • Curious Individuals Interested in Game Audio

Session materials and Zoom link

  • Join Zoom Meeting

Requirements

  • A Zoom account
  • An Internet connection

Course schedule

Meet your instructor

Eduardo Pesole (Bari IT, 1994) is a Berlin-based sound designer, sound artist and composer, who graduated in Sound Design at IED - Istituto Europeo di Design (Rome). He started playing guitars and bass at the age of 14 in some psychedelic rock bands. From 2019 to 2021, he worked as mix engineer, audio editor and sound designer for short movies, until he switched to interactive sound design and audio programming for video games and eventually left Rome to move to Berlin. Meanwhile, he also worked as a composer for fashion movies and collections, collaborated with other artists and developed solos projects. The knowledge acquired from the game industry makes him able to move easily through multidisciplinary projects and to experiment with acoustics and the architecture of spaces through the use of spatial audio technology, within both the digital and the real world. He has a personal and genuine aesthetic that fully encloses all different genres he likes and gets inspiration from, in an organic and evolving form of sound narration. The use of analog synthesizers, granular synthesis and resampling allows him to design soundscapes and explore unique and interesting timbers.

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