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Soundrangers

Soundrangers
Online Sound Library
Industry Interactive Media
Founded 1998
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Key people Barry Dowsett, Kevin Tone
Products Sound Effects and Music
Website Soundrangers.com

Soundrangers was the first online sound library of original sound effects and production music designed for specifically for interactive media such as video games, websites and interactive software. Soundrangers was also one of the first sound effects and music libraries to pioneer the audition and automated delivery of sound files over the internet. The Emmy award winning staff also specializes in custom sound design for interactive media with many major projects and top video game titles to their credit.

Company history

Established in 1998 in Soundrangers.com, allowing interactive developers a resource for quickly finding and implementing audio content into their projects using content pre-rendered to the specifications of interactive development.

As one of the earliest companies delivering sound files over the internet, Soundrangers pioneered several features common today in the online delivery of audio content including the individual auditioning of sound files through its Adobe Flash interface and the automated delivery of content via download with selectable file format, sample and bit rate. All Soundrangers content is built and offered exclusively through the Soundrangers website creating a clear licensing path for the end user and ensuring the continuity of quality across the entire library.

Video Game Titles

El Tigre Miracle City Meltdown – Nickelodeon (web)
Lord of the Rings Tactics – Electronic Arts (psp)
Lemony Snicket ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ – Activision (pc)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban – Electronic Arts (pc)
Polar Express Adventure – Postopia (web)
Strawberry Blasted Skyglide – Postopia (web)
Kiki’s Polar Icecaps – Postopia (web)
Kung Fu Chaos – Microsoft Games Studios (Xbox)
Static Shock – Cartoon Network (web)
Dora’s Carnival Adventure – Nickelodeon (web)
Mech Warrior 4 Vengeance – Microsoft Game Studios (Xbox)
Combat Flight Sim 3 Battle for Europe - Microsoft Game Studios (pc)
Combat Flight Sim 2 WWII Pacific Theater - Microsoft Game Studios (pc)
Combat Flight Sim 1 WWII Europe Series - Microsoft Game Studios (pc)
Phantom Dust - Microsoft Game Studios (Xbox)
Microsoft Flight Sim 2004 ‘A Century of Flight’ - Microsoft Game Studios (pc)
Microsoft Flight Sim 2000 - Microsoft Game Studios (pc)
Microsoft Flight Sim 1998 - Microsoft Game Studios (pc)
Various Card and Board games – MSN Game Zone (web)

References

  • Post Magazine, article, October, 2009
  • Gamasutra, article, October, 2009
  • Post Magazine, article, June, 2005
  • Send2Press Newswire, press release, Jan. 27, 2006
  • eNewsChannels, press release, Jan. 5, 2006
  • Business Wire, press release, Sept. 26, 2000
  • Moby Games, game credits list

External links

  • Soundrangers.com
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