Next Meetup

Making a synthesizer in UE4 with Nick Pfisterer
Nick will be showing a virtual synthesizer created entirely in Unreal Engine 4 thanks to the powerful new audio engine. He will talk about the creation process and do a live demonstration of how to play the synthesizer with a MIDI keyboard! The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session. If you have questions or want to connect with attendees before the meetup, join our Discord server (https://discord.gg/zBRVrgz) and find us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/unrealpdx). ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Nick Pfisterer is a game designer and musician. As a game designer, Nick has been making games for 18 years, including 10 years with Unreal Engine. During that time he shipped several well-received game jam entries, and co-founded Blue Void Studios where he is currently working on Ionia, an atmospheric first-person puzzle platformer for PC. Nick also taught level design with Hammer and UDK at iD Tech Camps and iD Gaming Academy. As a musician, Nick has been making music for 15 years. During that time he has shipped 4 video game soundtracks, signed 2 remixes, won 2 remix contests, and independently released several singles. Nick is also the co-organizer of UnrealPDX and the founder of Unreal Slackers, a Discord server for Unreal developers with over 18,000 members.

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UnrealPDX was born out of a desire to find Unreal Engine users in the Portland area and bring them together under one roof. Anyone with an interest in using Unreal Engine is welcome, regardless of skill level or experience. Come and join us for casual gatherings, workshops, game jams and more to come!

Have questions about the meetup or ideas for events? Chat with us on Discord (https://discord.gg/zBRVrgz)!

If you're looking for help with Unreal Engine or want to connect with even more Unreal devs around the world, consider joining the Unreal Slackers Discord server (https://discord.gg/unreal-slackers), as well!

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