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Game Audio: Transforming Simulation and Interactivity

[Feature] Game audio has reached a state of maturity that implies parity of status with graphics. The most recent research in the field is concerned with connecting sound design to other game creation processes in a more integrated fashion and with devising adaptive sound design tools to increase emotional involvement and interactivity.

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JAES Volume 61 Issue 7/8 pp. 609-612; July 2013
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