This month’s Boston Post Mortem is Wednesday, March 21st at 7pm at The Skellig in Waltham.
Our Boston Post Mortem for March is a special joint meeting between us and the Boston Audio Engineering Society. Boston AES is the local chapter of the only professional society devoted exclusively to audio technology, and since we partnered with them a few years ago we’ve been looking forward to doing so again. This meeting functions as both their monthly meeting and ours!
As such, our talk this month will be an audio focused one:
Making the game “Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure” was a really wild ride. A skeleton crew, developing a AAA IP without any support from the behemoth EA Tiburon, a sports games studio that green lighted it against incredible odds. The resulting Audio for this game generated incredibly positive feedback from the reviewer and fan community and was an exercise in unorthodox thinking and a bit of a truly unique experience which Gene Rozenberg would like to share nearly three years later.
Speaker bio: Gene M. Rozenberg is a professional composer and audio designer with over 15 years of industry experience. He enjoys all aspects of audio design and music composition for the game industry and is currently employed by 38 Studios, LLC. as a Senior Composer/Audio Designer.
Wednesday, March 21st 7pm @ The Skellig, Waltham