Award Winning Music Composition and Sound Design by Serial Lab Studios

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    Hey Indie Devs!

    My name is Gina Zdanowicz, owner/operator of Serial Lab Studios. I have over 8 years experience as a sound designer and composer. I have composed original music, created sound effects, recorded and edited dialogue and implemented audio for over 60 game titles. My work can be work can be heard across Xbox, PS3, Wii, DS, iOS, Android, Facebook and Web platforms ranging from award winning AAA titles such as Bioshock2, XCOM, CrimeCraft, Motion Explosion, HyperSpace Madness, to casual games like ESPN Arcade games, Puzzle Sphere and Mahjong Vacations.

    In addition to my work in the game industry, I have scored independent films, which have won awards at film festivals throughout the world and have premiered on networks such as Comedy Central.

    You may view samples of my work via my online portfolio by clicking here.

    Services Serial Lab Studios offers:

    * Original sound design & foley creation

    * Original music composition in many genres

    * Dialogue casting, recording, directing & editing

    * Audio implementation

    I offer Indy friendly pricing and have many happy clients!

    For inquiries, please contact Gina at sounddesign@seriallab.com. I Look forward to hearing from you!
     
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