Sound designer Tim Harrison, re-recording mixer Raoul Brand and director Peter Strickland will discuss their work on the film "Flux Gourmet" and beyond, with a focus on the interplay between analogue and digital approaches. The filmmakers will revisit the sound process of "Flux Gourmet", telling the stories behind key scenes – from melting hydrophones in miso soup, to the hunt for the perfect stomach rumble, whilst trying to maintain a sense of play through to the end of the final mix.
Of the many differences between game development and film production, the presence of sound personnel as full-time employees on game teams from day-one presents clues and opportunities as to how involved in the creative process sound, dialogue, music and mix designers can be.
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