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Sounds Stories: Halloween Edition with Liquid Cinema’s Shaun Chasin


Sound Stories with composer Shaun Chasin
Composer Shaun Chasin

Sound design is a powerful tool in storytelling, and when it comes to creating spine-chilling moments in film, games, or any other form of media, mastering the art of sound becomes crucial. One of the most intriguing and challenging aspects of sound design is creating scary sounds that evoke fear and anticipation in the audience.


In the pilot episode of our new editorial series, Sound Stories, we asked composer Shaun Chasin about the stories behind the creation of scary and spooky sounds that are used in films and trailers.


Watch the video below.


Check out more of Liquid Cinema’s nightmarish soundscapes.




 

About Shaun Chasin


Shaun Chasin is a Canadian composer for film, TV, and video games. Most recently, he scored the comedy feature Domino: Battle of the Bones, starring Snoop Dogg and David Arquette. He has also written the music for dozens of games, including the online battle royal shooter Ring of Elysium, the virtual reality hit Quell 4D, and the family adventure Apple Arcade launch title Way of the Turtle.


In addition to video games, his music has been featured on dozens of networks, including FOX, Disney XD, and CNN, as well as streaming services such as Netflix. He contributed music to the crime investigation series Killing Fields on the Discovery Channel and the survival reality show Alone on The History Channel. Shaun also wrote the theme song “Our Time” for the anime Beyblade Burst. The song has gone on to garner millions of views on YouTube, as well as inspire dozens of fan covers!


Shaun studied at Berklee College of Music, where he majored in Film Scoring with a minor in Video Game Music. Upon graduating Berklee, he attended the University of Southern California’s Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television graduate program. There, he studied with composers such as Bruce Broughton, Garry Schyman, and Christopher Young.

Shaun currently resides in Los Angeles with his cat and studio assistant, Bogie.


 

About Liquid Cinema


Liquid Cinema is a leading trailer music library of perfectly crafted scores for all trailers, promos, commercials, and underscores.


Using the same top-level approach as major film scores, Liquid Cinema brings together some of today's hottest young and veteran composers, songwriters, artists, and producers - performing with live orchestras, singers, drummers, and top-notch instrumentalists. Each track is mixed and mastered by James T. Hill, who has engineered for James Newton Howard, Harry Gregson-Williams, Hans Zimmer, Jeff Rona, Apple, Mad Men, and numerous top-selling albums.


"It's all about emotion," says Liquid Cinema producer and award-winning film composer Jeff Rona. Liquid Cinema covers styles and genres such as epic drama, suspense, action, fantasy, minimalist, hip hop, rock, inspirational, ethnic, and more - all done with cinematic emotional flare and intensity.




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