Ensure safe data workflows for your game's audio tracks
One of the hottest topics today is privacy legislation and how companies process personal data.
But do you know the impact of these recent developments on audio production workflows? Many aspects remain unknown for industry professionals.
Video games development studios send and receive thousands of voice and audio samples when working on a title - often without being fully aware of applicable privacy laws.
Have you thought about how changes to this type legislation could affect your organisation, or that of subcontractor? Or how it could affect your customers?
During this digital event, our experts provided key insights to build safe data workflows for your audio projects.
About the speakers
Michel Golgevit, Chiara Stracchi and Marcelo Canha
Michel Golgevit is president of Keywords Studios in France, leading across translation and dubbing of video games. Keywords also provides voice recording for advertising, series, animation, etc. It has nine state-of-the-art recording studios in the heart of Paris. Professional musician and sound engineer Michel is passionate about computer programming and musical composition. He co-developed the video game Prehistorik and has composed music for video games, commercials, documentaries and films.
Chiara Stracchi has been working in the localization industry for more than 15 years. She began her career as an Italian linguist and through the years has held different roles ranging from localization PM to senior audio PM. She is now part of the Audio Localization management team in Keywords, with responsibility for operations, strategy, budgeting and processes.
Marcelo Canha, originally from Brazil, moved to Ireland in 2017 and joined Keywords in the beginning of 2018 to become the global head of our privacy department. As well as being an advocate for the rights of those with autism, Marcelo is passionate about food, music, tattoos, video games, compliance, privacy and data protection in the digital landscape. He has a enviable track record in the global information technology and services industry for companies including IBM, British Telecom, SoftwareAG and Citibank.