How To Get A Job In Video Game Audio
Learn from professional sound designers with this free crash course!
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Interested in a professional career as a sound designer for video games?
There are jobs available in video game audio, but you won’t get one if you don’t know where to look, what skills you need and how to apply. Our team of top game audio professionals are here to help. This short guide gives you the essential information you need to start working towards a career in video game audio.
Learn from sound designers who have worked on AAA games including the BAFTA winning Alien: Isolation, SimCity and Bioshock 2.
What you'll learn...
  • Ways you can make your job applications and portfolios as enticing as possible.
  • How to make target your approach to job applications when your experience might not be getting you the work on its own.
  • What to expect when joining either an indie team or a large, established video games company.
  • ... And much more!
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Taught By Top Professionals
Interviews with Gina Zdanowicz (Bioshock 2), Stephen Baysted (Project Cars), Mark Angus (Alien Isolation), Alyx Jones (Liquid Violet) and Matt Lightbound (Planet Coaster)
Refine Your Showreel
Top tips such as: make sure there are no lengthy introductions, always start with your best work, and don't do audio replacements on Star Wars clips!!
Getting Your First Job
From indie games to AAA productions, we'll show you how to put your best foot forward and how to target your pitch.
Take the next step in your new career...
For those with a background in audio production, audio engineering or music, this crash course offers a great insight into a fast growing industry.
Enter your email address and we'll send you the first lesson in our two unit crash course in getting work as a sound designer.
Want to get serious about your sound design career?
Our online master’s degree in Sound Design for Video Games is the only one of its kind in the world. It is designed to prepare you, both creatively and technically, to work as a sound designer and eventually an audio lead or audio director.

So, if you'd like to get serious about your video game career, click the button below to learn more about our postgraduate degrees and how to apply.