AudioGaming is a company developing next generation audio tools for sound designers and video game developers. We propose innovative solutions based on cutting-edge procedural audio research developed both internally and in partnership with internationally recognized laboratories.
Our products adopt a new and refreshing point of view, always giving control over the sound generation or sound processing in real-time. We extensively use sound manipulation and sound synthesis techniques to produce realistic and controllable sounds and effects.
Our goal is to create meaningful audio tools for next generation audio needs. We focus on increasing efficiency and quality of the sound designers work as well as crafting ergonomic tools offering new creative possibilities. We also seek to bring help to tedious and repetitive tasks by offering smart tools that are able to understand and process sound depending on its intrinsic properties.
AudioGaming is composed of sound lovers. We’ve always seen audio from an interactive perspective and we wish to create tools that will help sound designers in their daily work as well as open new creative possibilities. We wish to switch from the real-time paradigm to the interactive time paradigm.
We are very open to feedbacks, ideas and suggestions so feel free to contact us directly, you will always find an open ear.
Our clients include large companies like Sony, Ubisoft or Thales as well as top post-productions facilities like SoundDelux in Hollywood. We also take pride in having renowned individuals and independants as clients and partners. Some of them are detailed in our webstore.
AudioGaming was founded in 2009 by Amaury La Burthe, Guillaume Le Nost and Damien Henry.
- June 2009: Laureate of French Ministry of Research Regional Contest (a highly competitive contest awarding funds for the most innovative projects of the year).
- June 2010: Laureate of French ministry of research national contest
The funds from these contests have allowed the company to extend the team and to incorporate top researchers, as well as to accelerate our developments in order to quickly produce high end solutions.
We’ve spent the first few years working on the core framework needed by our project.
We’ve created a flexible architecture that enables us to integrate latest research advances from the audio signal processing field and combine them to craft efficient and innovative audio tools.
Our offices are located in Toulouse and Paris, France.
You can use the following link to contact us.
12 Boulevard Lazare Carnot
Phone (Office): +33 (0)982-5082-92
Fax: +33 (0)955-4248-20
c/o ICI Montreuil
135 boulevard Chanzy