Saturday, October 23rd, 2021

Behind the scenes at Alfred Hitchcock-Dizziness Soundtrack

I have to wait until 2022 Alfred Hitchcock-Vertigo With Switch, you’re still quite intrigued by what it offers. Publisher Microise has released the second installment of the Dev Diary video series on games. This time, I’m focusing on the soundtrack.

This is an interesting insight into the process of this game as well as medium-sized games in this range. Get a glimpse into the developer’s Pendulo Studio’s internal studio, learn how composers work with scripting and design teams, and even see some recording sessions. This isn’t a big studio resource as you would see in a major “Triple A” retail game, but it’s still an impressive setup that you can actually see.

The video also explains how the soundtrack draws a wide range of inspiration from the music of Hitchcock films, especially the music that influenced composer Bernard Herrmann.

Check out the video and let us know what you think!