Game Audio Awards 2018
Welcome to the fourth annual gala celebrating the very best game music and sounds in Oulu, Finland.
We are bringing game- and music makers together in a gala night to remember.
There will also be the very best game music disco afterwards!
Join and celebrate with us 16.3.2018!
Get your ticket HERE. For multiple tickets send enquiry to email@example.com
The soundtracks & sound design can be submitted until 20.2.2018.
The games must be published during 1.5.2016 – 31.12.2017
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The Jury 2018
Salla Hakkola is a composer, harpist and a performance artist, who works with different styles of music and art. She has graduated from Sibelius Academy in 2006 and is now finalizing her second masters degree, this time on world music. Salla has work as a composer for Rovio Entertainment Ltd since 2011. Her soundtrack “The Fruit Nibblers” was selected as the best game music in Game Music Awards 2016.
Felix Diekhake is a project manager, sound designer and composer working with Dynamedion. Passionate about music from an early age, succeeded in turning this passion into profession. Worked on countless games, from AAA titles to small indie productions, among them games like Mortal Kombat X, Hitman (2016), Elder Scrolls Online, The Lion’s Song and Total War: Warhammer.
Milla Viljamaa is a Finnish musician, composer and producer known for her creative works in various fields ranging from folk, tango, rock, pop and chamber music to theatre, opera, ballet and film productions as well as different kinds of concerts. Her music can be heard for example at the Moomins on the Riviera movie. Her work as a composer received significant recognition when she was given The 2012 Teosto Prize from her solo album “Minne”. The prize, awarded by the Finnish Composers’ Copyright Society Teosto, aims to highlight new works that are fresh, original and innovative. This way her work as a pioneer of harmonium music has been noticed and appreciated. “It is important to open new doors and windows all the time to keep the creativity growing to all directions.
Michael Schwendler is a composer and sound designer who has been a part of Dynamedions BOOM Library team since the beginning. After his studies of environmental Science he started producing royalty free music for Dynamedion and ended as an inhouse sound designer after a couple of years. He’s worked 13 years on sound design now – his Alan Wake and a number of other AAA titles, countless mobile games as well as a huge number of BOOM Library sounds.