I have a background in doing music and sound for Nintendo titles (since the 90s -- working on N64). I don't contract any more, but I'd like to refer you to someone I've worked with recently who does freelance game soundtrack development and sound design. Strong recommend from me...
He makes electronic and chip music under the pseudonym Misfit Chris, and does a lot of scoring for games (major and indie). He's a great guy, solid artist and pretty flexible about how he works logistically. I've had him on a few projects including an iOS game I did (Radballs) as well as a recent live interactive installation done for a client (Virgin Mobile Freefest "Kyocera Echo Temple"). In every case he exceeded expectations.
He's not in the city, but he is close by (Connecticut) and is frequently here for visits, shows, work, etc.
Hit me if you need more info.
On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Daniel Lipton <[address removed]>
Hi, I'm looking for a freelance expert to help us with sound effects for a robot action game. Local recommendations are particularly appreciated.
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