Sound Forge Pro 12 Review

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Review by Katie Tarrant Developer: MAGIX INTRODUCTION Sound Forge Pro 12 is an audio waveform editor originally developed by Sony, but was acquired by MAGIX in 2016. Since its acquisition, MAGIX have now released the biggest update to Sound Forge Pro in over 25 years ago. As suggested by the name, Sound Forge

Thor: Ragnarok Film Sound Review

Review by Katie Tarrant Edited by Sam Hughes Directed by: Taika Waititi Composer: Mark Mothersbaugh Sound Design: Skywalker Sound Long awaited, Thor: Ragnarok is the third instalment in Marvel’s Thor series, and for me has been one of the best Marvel movies so far. Directed by Taika Waititi, Ragnarok is action-packed, visually stunning, well-structured, and downright

London MCM Comic Con October 2017 Review

Review by Katie Tarrant Edited by Sam Hughes Founded in 1970, Comic Con is undoubtedly one of the biggest pop culture events in our society. Originating in San Diego, the idea of thousands of people getting together to celebrate all things awesome naturally blossomed, and in 2001, Paul Miley and Brian Cooney

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Game Audio Review

Review by Willy McCarter Edited by Katie Tarrant Developer: Ubisoft Paris & Milan Studios Publisher: Ubisoft Composer: Grant Kirkhope Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Introduction Nostalgic sounds, crazy level design, an over-the-top battle system, comedic humour, lovable characters, beautiful visuals, silly weapons, an exhilarating soundtrack and non-stop use of the “BWAAHHH’ catchphrase. Yep, you’ve guessed

Cissy Jones Joins Us Again!

Sam Hughes once again catches up with Cissy Jones post E3 and they discuss attending E3, winning a BAFTA, voice acting roles coming up, and more! You can check out all our other interviews with Cissy at these links: Interview with Firewatch Voice Artist, Cissy Jones Adr1ft Interview with Voice Artist, Cissy

Persona 5 Audio Review

Review by Katelyn Isaacson Edited by Sam Hughes Developer: Atlus Composer: Shoji Meguro Lead Sound Designer: Kenichi Tsuchiya Reviewed on: Playstation 4 The Persona series has somehow consistently managed to merge dating sim elements, a turn-based battle system involving collecting creatures à la Pokemon, and a long and arching RPG plot line while still delivering a