Aug 262012

Game Audio Podcast #21 – Procedural II

We revisit Procedural. So much going on in the field at the moment and our guests are in the thick of it. We also touch on some general game audio related news and talk about audio only games.

Edited by Stefan Rutherford
Varun Nair – Re-Sounding
Amaury Laburthe- AudioGaming



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  1. OK this is enough to enorgcaue me to watch a few more eps.I totally agree with decarus. The evil queen knows it’s all happening. I don’t remember Mr. R. saying she will forget as well. I can’t help but think he knows it’s all happening too. Episode 6 confirmed it for me. The smile that played on Mr. Gold’s lips when David sees the windmill, was very telling. And yes the magic word Please’ was a great observation Father Isn’t it obvious that the evil queen hates Snow White because the Mirror, in the fairytale says she she is prettier. What Snow White has taken away from her is her status as the fairest of them all. I guess it depends how strict the writer will stay to the original tale concepts and plots.Has anyone wondered what Archie/Jimminy’s dalmatian is? Is the dog anything special or just a homage to the One Hundred and One Dalmatians? 101 Dalmatians is not a fairytale, but neither is The Chronicles of Narnia, which was used. Narnia is fantasy, but not a Fairytale. I think it’s interesting (and believe it will become more apparent) that Swan says she has the ability to tell when someone is lying this is in her skillset. This is why I believe Emma directly asks Regina, in the pilot, if she loves Henry. Regina’s answer is yes, but she knows it’s a lie. I think she would like to believe that she does love Henry, but we have seen what she was able to do to Henry’s name sake, to the one she loves most, to her own father.BlessingsGlenn

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