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Lately, I've been wondering how to combine my love of board games with my composing and sound design hobby. Took me a long time to figure out I can't be alone, so here I am!

What sort of scene is out there? Anybody need the satisfying sound of dice bouncing around in a box lid? Or the sound of someone you used to trust spilling a drink on the table? I'm open to suggestion!
 
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Ducksaplenty wrote:
Lately, I've been wondering how to combine my love of board games with my composing and sound design hobby. Took me a long time to figure out I can't be alone, so here I am!

What sort of scene is out there? Anybody need the satisfying sound of dice bouncing around in a box lid? Or the sound of someone you used to trust spilling a drink on the table? I'm open to suggestion!


You're suggesting creating sound effects which help with the atmosphere of computer board games? I think that's a good idea
 
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That's a good idea! *cough* I mean, yes, I could do that...

The sounds in a program should always draw you into the experience. People want to hear things that they can connect with. Having a game where a game gets ruined mid-game would be a strange mechanic, but hey, I just do my job.
 
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