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Interview with Composer/Sound Designer, Martin Stig Andersen

In this fantastic podcast episode, Sam Hughes speaks with composer/sound designer, Martin Stig Andersen. For most of you familiar with the game audio world, Martin needs no introduction. After blurring the lines between music and sound design for Limbo, Martin returned to impress us again with his unique approach for INSIDE (even using a human skull to record this time!).

Most recently Martin has collaborated with DOOM and Killer Instinct composer, Mick Gordon, on the soundtrack for the widely well received, Wolfenstein II.

They discuss his fascinating career, his philosophy on sound design, music and the lines inbetween, and so much more! Don’t miss this great in-depth discussion.

Intro track: Shockwave from INSIDE

Outro Track: Lontano from Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Original musical sound effects printed onto vinyl at 45 rpm and played back on a 1960s record player ranging down to 16 rpm to achieve the vintage sound quality heard in the score for “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus”
Martin Stig Andersen playing the Leaves Cristal Baschet/Cristal Deux Tôles used in the score for “Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus”

 

Full Playlist of this Baschet in action (used for Wolfenstein II)


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Sam Hughes
An experienced sound designer and voice actor who has worked on various media titles over the years. Always believing in audio, I try to share the wealth of knowledge from my colleagues and veterans of the industry to help audiophiles grow and evolve as a community.
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