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One of the most important elements to creating a believable digital world is audio. Good audio can keep you engrossed in an epic WWII storyline as bullets and explosions rain down on the battlefield, or it can steadily increase your heart rate as you try to sneak past a group of shambling zombies.
For many developers, the key to creating an immersive auditory experience is . contains a powerful suite of tools that enable studios to create a dynamic range of music and sound effects for their projects. Over 500 games are made with the audio software every year.
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