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High Voltage Software Licenses Wwise Audio Pipeline Solution For Future Titles

by Rainier on Nov. 3, 2009 @ 6:40 a.m. PST

Audio solution provider Audiokinetic has signed a long-term agreement with development studio High Voltage Software, where it is granted an unlimited license of its Wwise audio pipeline solution.

High Voltage first licensed Wwise in 2007, for an undisclosed project. Since then, the studio’s positive experience with Wwise led it to seek a closer, more durable relationship with Audiokinetic; hence the unlimited license. “World class audio is a critical component to creating compelling and competitive games. After working with Wwise, it became apparent that working with such a sophisticated and comprehensive cross-platform solution was something that we wanted to continue doing in a more permanent capacity,” said Eric Nofsinger, Chief Creative Officer for High Voltage Software.

High Voltage also considers this partnership a way to focus its own expertise internally, adding Audiokinetic’s squad to its team. Additionally, Audiokinetic will take advantage of High Voltage’s suggestions and feedback for the future enhancements of Wwise. “By entrusting Wwise and Audiokinetic with our game audio technology, we can concentrate fully on the games themselves, and the unique, unmatched experience that we want to deliver to gamers,” said Michael Metz, Audio/Video Director for High Voltage Software.

“It has always been a priority for us to be creative and to understand our users’ need to better fulfill them – be it about technology or business,” commented André Nadeau, President and CEO, Audiokinetic.

Audiokinetic released Wwise three years ago and has continued innovating ever since with revolutionary products like Wwise Motion and SoundSeed. Confirming its fast-paced integration into the game audio industry, Wwise has been adopted by more than 150 titles since its launch.

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