[Music][Sound Design]Sound Designer looking for a project

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  1. dinastrious

    dinastrious New Member

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    Hello! I'm Mikhail and I'm a composer and sound designer for games and movies. I love games very much and want to make them sound great.

    If you are looking passionate audio guy that's me. Why you should hire me?

    -I love games and my work. It's obviously but very important

    -I want to write emotionally unique music and sounds

    -I always looking for new technics to make my workflow more professional

    -Over 5 years of audio expirience

    -2 years of composing music

    -3 years of work as concert sound engineer in DI Telegraph(Moscow) http://ditelegraph.com/en

    My skills:

    -Mixing, mastering, sound design

    -FMOD knowledge, basic knowledge of Unity, advanced knowledge about acustics and psychoacoustics

    -Rocording audio (Foley, Field Recording)

    My portfolio:

    I took gameplay of Broken Age turned off all sounds and and leave only voices. Then I made new sounds and put them into the game.



    The next thing is Unity asset whith all my sounds and music



    And my Soundcloud portfolio. You can download some music from there.





    Do you need help?

    If you need advice about audio in your project or audio in general please contact me too! I will help you with advice and all my expirience

    Contacts:

    samyrai_hardcore@mail.ru
     

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