I did the tune in this tutorial/trailer video for The Weather Channel app for Leap Motion!
For those of you who aren't aware; the Leap Motion is a motion tracking device for your your hands that sits in front of your computer monitor. It allows you to use both hands to control apps, games and even websites effortlessly and seamlessly. It is a cool little piece of tech that I am quite proud to be involved with. If you are interested in picking one up; Best Buy and NewEgg.com have them available.
My Leap Motionz, let me show you them:
I also did the audio for Orientation/Tutorial which comes with each and every Leap Motion device! Here is a video one user made of his experience:
Hopefully I will be able to have a "Part 2" in a few months showing off some more Leap Motion projects I am currently working on. Please stay tuned here or on Twitter for more about this cool device and my involvement with it!
I have put together a video where I take music from the movie Inception, plug it into Wwise and make it dynamic! I edited 3 different tracks from the movie soundtrack so that they could layer/loop/blend well together. I then made use of a few techniques in Wwise:
-Menu music uses states to control Switch Container holding Sequence Continuous Playlist
-Level Music uses states to control Switch Container holding Random Playlist
-Battle music uses Random Playlist holding Music Segments based on RTPC
-"Health" LPF effect controlled by RTPC
I think taking linear music and solving the problems of fitting into a non-linear medium is really fun and educational. Although I didn't realize this when I picked Inception: using Hans Zimmer's music is a bit of a cheat since he is so textural and harmonic; the looping and layering was quite painless. I imagine a John Williams or other melody-driven score would have more difficulties, although would not be entirely impossible.