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September 10, 2004 at 6:03 pm #3454AnonymousInactive
I read this in the article “Torc Gets Interactive”…
Torc are also partnering with the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Queens University on a research and development project.
Does anyone have more info on this? I’m considering doing computer science at Queen’s and will be spending much of my time at the Sonic Arts Centre if I do so.
So I’m just wondering what this is exactly. Are there plans to develop the relationship with Torc perhaps getting involved in the course?
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks! :)
September 10, 2004 at 9:52 pm #14607AnonymousInactive
contact Dermy Gallagher via email@example.com for more info
(Dermy is Torc’s sooper dooper sound engineer)
September 12, 2004 at 9:17 pm #14608AnonymousInactive
Thanks for that, Tony! I’ll definitely get in touch with him to find out more.
(Dermy is Torc’s sooper dooper sound engineer) [/quote:6cdf238011]
Not to mention him having the coolest office in the company. ;)
September 13, 2004 at 8:59 am #14609AnonymousInactive
Torc are in disucssions with SARC with regard to some exciting areas of game audio…and unfortunately, that’s all the information I can release at this point in time. Any further developments will be released on the Torc Interactive website when they happen, but I will ensure that GD.ie get notified too.
September 13, 2004 at 1:56 pm #14612AnonymousInactive
That’s excellent. Thanks Dermy! :)
Here’s to hoping that Torc and Queen’s continue to work together. It would be fantastic to see them involved in starting up a course of some kind related to game dev.
September 13, 2004 at 3:20 pm #14614Aphra KKeymaster
One of the lecturers on the multimedia course in DCU is interested in doing a PhD in a sound related topic at the sonic arts centre and I told him to see if there might be any practical type projects going on with games companies…he would be keen that his project would have a practical application and perhaps even to investigate working part of the time in a games company..if any of you know of possibilities in this area let me know and I will pass on the info..
September 13, 2004 at 5:27 pm #14620AnonymousInactive
I was chatting to a couple of guys a little while ago who are finishing their MAs at SARC and actively seeking potential areas of research for a Phd in game audio. They too were looking for a practical foundation, and we had some communication on possible topics. I don’t know what stage these guys are at in their proposals and if this might prove a problem in any future Phd applications in the game audio field at SARC.
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