A COLLABORATIVE POST WITH INTRODUCTION BY

IAN HOWARD

ASSISTANT EDITOR, BOOM BOX POST

Sound editor Mak Kellerman has been working on some cool new projects here at Boom Box Post lately. For this weeks blog post, Mak will give us an inside look at something he designed for sounds for a video game.

 

Hey Mak! So tell us a bit about what were listening to?

In one of my shows, I had to design some short video game sounds for a game sequence as well as someone playing it.

Could you tell us more about the process of creating this?

I did 2 layers for the sound. One was for music and one for sound effects. For the music I actually used a phone application I purchased called Sunrizer Synth. I searched around for a preset to use and came across one called Tech Sequence. From there I modified it a bit more on the application and then recorded it into Pro Tools.

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I used sounds created by other people here at Boom Box as well as library effects to make the sound effects layer. This is full of zaps, beeps explosions and some monster screams.

 

Have anything cool you’ve designed lately or have any cool apps you use to sound design? Let us know in the comments!

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