G4F will be attending Virtuality!

VirtualityJoin G4F at Virtuality, the virtual reality trade show, from February 24-26, 2017.

The very first Virtuality will be held from February 24-26, 2017 at the Cent Quatre cultural center in Paris. G4F will be there, so come and meet us to discuss the latest audio technologies and take advantage of our expertise in interactive audio to add sound to your immersive apps and 360 VR movies.

G4F has extensively adapted its technical infrastructure to become the first French “VR Ready” post-production house and has integrated new tools and workflows specifically designed for VR projects to integrate, edit and mix 360 audio for your VR projects. Our studios are equipped with all the cutting-edge devices on the market, including HTC VIVE, Oculus Rift, Samsung Gear, Google Daydream, Sony PSVR, and a VR playtest suite.

The show is dedicated to innovations in virtual reality, not only in video games, but in marketing, real estate, tourism and education. You can try out the latest virtual reality products and experiences at numerous stands, and over 80 seminars will take place over the 3 days of the show focusing on VR and its applications. View the detailed schedule here.

Book your ticket on the Virtuality site and follow the latest news from the show on the official Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

A Xavier Collet track in Brice 3!

Logo Brice 3The movie Brice 3 has been showing in cinemas since October 19, and if you’re a fan of video games and Japanese anime, you’ll be struck by one particular scene. Spoiler alert for anyone who hasn’t yet seen the film and wants to enjoy the surprise! This scene pays affectionate tribute to the legendary manga Dragon Ball, and was set to music by Xavier Collet!

The movie in fact contains some Dantesque combat between two main characters in a Dragon Ball-type animated sequence. The music was composed exclusively for the scene by Xavier Collet and works perfectly with the image to the great thrill and delight of fans.

The music created by Xavier is a blend of ’80s hard rock largely reminiscent of the famous band Van Halen and Japanese sounds all with an extensive use of synthesizers. Not only is it a real homage to this anime, a cult for a whole generation, but Xavier has also seized the genre to share a musical style that is truly his own.

Listen to the Xavier Collet’s previous projects on our website G4F Records.

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