Sound Design Monster Sounds

How To Create Successful “Monster” Sounds

When it comes to your sound design, ensuring that everything sounds authentic is rule number one. When you are challenged to creating monster noises—roars, screeches and heavy *boom boom* footsteps—making sure that an object of the imagination sounds real can be a hard task to master.

Our Sound Design guru Mark Angus has joined ThinkSpace’s Guy to talk about monster sounds and how to make them effective. Be warned – you will meet one of the scariest, most gruesome monsters of all – that’s right, Hamsterzilla.

King Kong, eat your heart out.

Has this inspired you to create your monster sounds differently? Leave us a comment below.

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About the Author

Guy Michelmore

Course Director Guy Michelmore is an award winning film composer. He has scored over 8 animated films for Marvel and over 200 episodes of TV for networks all over the world. He also has a detailed knowledge of sampled orchestration and contemporary techniques in film scoring.

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