Lars Rühmann - Composing & Sound Engineering

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  1. Lars Rühmann

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    Hello world!

    I'm a professional composer and sound engineer living in Berlin. As an expert in audio related services I provide cinematic music, sound design and general audio post production to film and other media projects.

    It is because of my love to the videogame music of the 90s and early 2000s though I decided to go this way. Now that I got some room for new projects I'd absolutely love to do composing and sound design for indie games as well.

    Originally coming from film, my references mainly include working for various short and image films as well as commercials. My recent scores include short films in the drama and horror genre. As a sound designer I did a commercial for the German ecological party's political campaign in Lower Saxony.

    Due to my formal education in sound engineering I'm able to do recording- whether in studio or on the field- and audio post production (such as editing, mixing and mastering of voice actors) as well. This is why I also do audio editing for gamespodcast.de by game journalists Andre Peschke and Jochen Gebauer, which is one of the four biggest German gaming-related podcasts right now.


    Here are some examples of my work:











    For more info you can also visit my website:
    http://Lars-Ruehmann.com

    Feel free to contact me for possible projects anytime via PM or Mail. I look forward to hearing from you!

    All the best!
    Lars
     

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