Final Fantasy XIV Sound Design

Project Description: Complete sound redesign of an abridged version of the cinematic intro for Final Fantasy XIV, using original music and sound design by Andrew Riley of Lucky Lion Studios.

Final Fantasy XIV [Sound REdesign] by Lucky Lion Studios

This project was completed over the course of two days in 2011. All sounds were recorded using a Shure SM58 microphone with the exception of one stock “lion roar” sound effect. The female vocals were performed by Angelica Riley. All other sounds were performed and recorded by Andrew Riley. The majority of the sounds were created using household items (jingling keys for the ice and armor, and large kitchen knives for the swords, for example).

Final Fantasy name and visuals are copyright Square-Enix.



Assassin’s Creed Revelations Sound Design Project

Project Description: Complete sound redesign of an abridged version of the trailer for Assassin’s Creed Revelations, using original music and sound design by by Andrew Riley of Lucky Lion Studios.

Assassin’s Creed Revelations [Sound REdesign] by Lucky Lion Studios

This project was completed over the course of two days in 2011. It was created as a practice in audio perspective, with the sounds mixed from Ezio’s perspective. Because his primary focus is on the attack he is currently delivering or evading, more emphasis was placed on them, with the rest of the soundscape taking a more peripheral role. All sounds were again recorded with an Shure SM58, again utilizing household items (pots and pans for impact noises, knives for swords, and a thin stick being swung for the swinging and movement sounds, for example).

Assassin’s Creed name and visuals are copyright Ubisoft.



Silent Hill 4: The Room Sound Design Project

Project Description: Complete sound redesign of an edited version of the intro for Silent Hill 4: The Room, using original music and sound design by by Andrew Riley of Lucky Lion Studios.

Silent Hill 4: The Room [Sound REdesign] by Lucky Lion Studios

This project was created over the course of two months as a sound design portfolio piece for The Art Institute of Seattle in 2005. The intention of the piece was to match the subtle, disturbing imagery of the video with a detached, abstract soundscape, created by layering ordinary sounds (such as a pencil sharpener or a vocal growl) together with digital editing and equalization. The sounds were all performed and recorded by Andrew Riley. The vocals were recorded using an Electrovoice RE27 microphone.

Silent Hill name and visuals are copyright Konami.



Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence Sound Design Project

Project Description: Complete sound redesign of the theatrical trailer for Ghost in the Shell: Innocence, using original music and sound design by Andrew Riley of Lucky Lion Studios.

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence [Sound REdesign] by Lucky Lion Studios

Ghost in the Shell name and visuals are copyright Production I.G and Shirow Masamune.

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