The Secret to Making 'Bone Chilling Video Game Monster Sounds'

Revision 3 goes behind the scenes at Wabi Sabi Sound to meet the sound designers behind Farmville, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and more.

Revision3 goes behind the scenes at Wabi Sabi Sound to meet the sound designers and composers behind Farmville, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and other games. "When you don't have creatures, be the creature," Geoff Garnett explains before screaming into a microphone. Through the magic of digital audio filters, his voice becomes the blood-curdling roar of a "necromorph."

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