Nuances of Fear Testimonials

February 26, 2020 1:08 PM

We received some great reviews for our libraries from game and film industry veterans. They are interested to share their thoughts on why they like the Nuances of Fear. Check them out:

“RT Sonics’ Nuances of Fear library has some very innovative and detailed sounds that I find myself returning to again and again when I need some inventive elements and unique detail. Nuances of Fear is definitely one of my favorite horror libraries. Great work, guys!” Angelo Palazzo, Supervising Sound Editor, Sound Designer. | Stranger Things 3, Frozen 2, Star Trek: Discovery, Alita: Battle Angel.

“Nuances of Fear is an essential horror sound resource, providing both meticulously recorded source material and impressively stylized, bone chilling sounds. I was immediately inspired by the fresh impacts, disturbing drones, and resonant textures, and can’t wait to embellish my current horror game project with these layers. The wide frequency range and clean quality, coupled with an apparent instinct for creating a fight or flight state of fear, makes this an exciting addition to any sound effects library.”Kadet Kuhne, Principle Sound Designer | Five Nights at Freddy’s AR, The Walking Dead, Guardians of The Galaxy.

“Nuances of Fear is a terrific sound library that offers unique sounding cinematic horror stingers, accents and transition sounds perfect for post-production work. I´m loving the fact that the collection also includes source recordings ready to be used in your own sound design work. A definite must have for any horror sound designers out there.” Ville Sorsa, Audio Lead | Control, Remedy Entertainment.

“RT Sonics’ libraries are awesome and irreplaceable – not only do they feature ready-to use-designed assets that stand out from the crowd, but also have immaculately recorded construction kits that I keep coming back to! You can tell that these libraries are created by sound designers, for sound designers.”Alex Previty, Sound Designer. | Spider-Man (PS4), Ratchet and Clank.

Also, 344 Audio reviewed Nuances of Fear on their audio blog. You can read the review here.