Links and cool projects n° 4

Another wave of cool links to worth exploring 🙂

A few audio/game audio blogs full of neat tips & tricks and more:

2 games I find promising in terms of fun/originality/audacity:


The Floor is Jelly:

Some awesome game music by Disaster Piece:

A very useful link about audio compression settings when working in Unity:

Wrong Import Settings are Killing Your Unity Game [Part 2]

Links and cool projects n° 3

Some more links to share!


First, this real time rendered Unity cinematic looks and sounds absolutely unreal. It’s been pretty popular in social media this week, but if you haven’t seen it yet, here it is!

The Land’s End  game website, from Ustwogames (the creators of Monument Valley!) – can’t wait to get my hands on VR gear to play this one.

If you are working on a VR game and looking for some awesome spatialsed audio, the 3Dception engine is what you’re looking for!

This Kickstarter for TRANSMISSION, a game by Paper Unicorn with lots of potential! Looks and sounds great!

If you haven’t felt the hype for Playdead’s next game INSIDE, you are about to! This revisited, deeper version of Limbo seems more than promising – can.not.wait.

Recently found out about this cool looking, fun to play game with an awesome procedurally generated soundtrack! Go on, try it!

Audiokinetic is launching a new blog for their 10th anniversary, be sure to check it out to stay updated on game audio news!

This nature sound library has just become available. Haven’t really had time to check it out but you should!

And finally, a couple of interesting game audio online folios/blogs, enjoy!

Sounddesign, foleys and music for movies and games.

links & cool projects n° 2

A second post about cool projects and links I’d like to share!

First, put your headphones on and visit this website for some acoustic ecology! Amazing recordings of some of the wildest places on Earth, in your ears. What more can you ask for.

Fragments of extinction

Then, you may have heard of these, they have circulated a lot on social media already, and there is quite a bit of hype surrounding them. They seem genuinely promising and am looking forward to try them on myself! The Here Earbuds for active listening:

The Soundsnap website, because I wouldn’t want to take for granted that all of you already know it, although it’s getting quite famous. You’ll find loads of quality sound effects there, and decent deals on memberships to download them.

Radio Papesse, a non-profit organisation offering ”an open space to experiment in the field of art; with a particular attention to the sonic dimension of the artistic production”

This enlightening article by Bernie Krause about how the sounds of nature get quieter everyday..

The book Environmental Sound Artist meant to be released this August, available for pre-order (already pre-ordered mine!) – looks very promising.

The experimental tech company Magic Leap:

And finally a few cool visual designs and digital sculptures websites:

links & cool projects n° 1


Here are some projects, blogs, interviews and such I found recently I’d like to share because they are all pretty interesting.

This stunning 4D game called Miegakure. So innovative your brain will hurt a little (in a good way..)

Understanding Miegakure, and the 4D as Parallel Universes.

This nice game audio blog with neat tips and tricks.

This game audio online folio by Game Audio Girl, because it’s always nice to see what fellow game audio ladies are working on.

This Twin Peaks meets Escher meets Dali meets Magritte game!!back-to-bed/c24f1

This interview with Mastering Engineer Mandy Parnell, because women in audio role models!

This other online folio/blog by Em Audible, because it’s always nice to see what fellow audio ladies are working on.

This very useful Reaper blog where you will definitely learn some cool tricks!

That’s it for today, more to come soon! 🙂