Experiences with a Sound Designer

Saturday, December 13th, 2008 @ 2:41 pm | iPhone, Programming

Andy Finnell:

This is a description of my experiences with finding and hiring a sound designer to create royalty free, custom sound effects for my game. My experience with hiring and working with a sound designer was quite pleasant. The entire process was completed exactly one week after I first started contacting designers.

I’ve been spending a little time thinking about sounds in applications lately, so I enyoyed reading about Andy’s experiences with a sound designer.

One Response to “Experiences with a Sound Designer”

  1. johann beda Says:

    Sorry to put this in the wrong place, but I couldn’t figure out how to make a comment at http://raoli.com/2007/06/07/adding-itunes-support-to-tivo/ – if you could put this into the correct place, it might help anyone else who searches for things.

    I found a Mac OS X prepackaged version of the lame 3.97 .dmg installer here: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/18882

    More importantly, when I updated to TiVoDesktop1.94055.dmg directly from Tivo at http://www.tivo.com/buytivo/tivogear/software/tivodesktopmac.html I found that my purchased ACC tunes without copy protection now seem to play without any further modifications necessary – with the prepackaged “lame” one doesn’t even need the developers tools.