Henry Flewitt Sound Design
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LINEAR SOUND DESIGN

 

GAME AUDIO, IMPLEMENTATION, AND VISUAL SCRIPTING

 

FRACTURED VEIL

Fractured Veil - a multiplayer, open-world survival game based in Lahaina, Hawaii.

I am currently working with Ironbelly Studios on this project as the lead sound designer and sound engineer. Covering the entire audio pipeline my role involves creative audio design, audio implementation using Wwise, Unreal Integration and audio system engineering.

The game is in development, but more information can be gathered on the website:

www.fracturedveil.com

AUDIO-POST PRODUCTION

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ABOUT

Hi there, I'm Henry, a sound designer for video games and linear media, from Winchester. Thanks very much for checking out my website!

I'm passionate about all elements of sound design, whether it's creating an implementing technical audio into games, or creating the perfect foley track to really help bring a film to life.

I've worked on the sound team of numerous games and a variety of award winning feature length and short films.

I'm currently working with Ironbelly Studios.

You can find my CV here.

My main skills and experience are Sound Design, Sound Editing, Game Audio Implementation, Wwise, Reaper, Pro Tools, Unreal Engine 4, Logic X and Field Recording.

Other skills include MaxMSP, Pure Data, Adobe Photoshop and Final Cut X.

My favourite games for sound

Detroit: Become Human

Red Dead Redemption 2

The Witcher III

Inside

Darq

The Long Dark

Planet Coaster

Games I'm excited for

Cyberpunk 2077

Death Stranding

Games I've been playing recently

Elite Dangerous

Inside

Jurassic World: Evolution

Planet Coaster

Red Dead Redemption 2

Testimonials

“For "Wild", we were faced with the challenge of depicting a character without visuals. This is where good sound design was crucial. Henry worked closely with us to ensure our sound palette not only immersed our viewers into a unique world, but that they also could feel and fear the presence of something they could never fully see. It was a joy to work with them, and I look forward to collaborating again on future projects.”

Morgana McKenzie - Director of "Wild"