Adam DiTroia is an award-winning composer and sound designer for video games, television, film, and animation. His work is heard in games like Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck (Warner Bros. Interactive Wayforward Technologies), Space Chimps (Wayforward Brash), Kuma War 2 (Kuma Reality Games), March of the Penquins (Skyworks Technologies), Taxi 3: eXtreme Rush (Team 6 Games), and others. Adam scored The Wraith: Eyes of Judgment, a film which debuted on the big screen, and his music appears in several national television commercials.
Award winning Composer/Sound Designer. Has written music for Warner Bros, The History Channel, Spike Tv, and many others. Profiled in industry books and magazines.
This elevator sound consists of opening doors, entering, listening to various beeps of passing floors, existing, and finally doors closing. Very complete yet easy to edit into separate elements. Makes a unique ringtone too. Industrial, Elevators
A collection of eerie and atmospheric ghostly voices and vocalizations. The source material for this collection was a stand up bass (contra bass). They would work great in horror movies, survival horror games, sci fi projects, trailers, Halloween projects and much more. Horror & Halloween, Ghosts
A collection of fire breathing sounds. Could work with Dragons, Monsters, Humans, Weapons, and more. They could also work as transition sounds, Flash site logos, whooshes, and more. Weapons, Flamethrowers
A very large crash sound with elements of wood, metal, and glass. Could work well for a car crash, garbage dump, fight scene, and much more. Great for video games, tv, film, animation, web projects, mobile content, radio, and more. Foley, Wrecking
Robotic and futuristic vocalizations and murmuring. Great alien or robot language element. Neutral but alittle on the eerie side. Could make a great Halloween or Haunted House sound! Talking, Computers / Male
Sound of a paper shredder. Can be easily edited and pitched to become a wide variety of other sounds including great Halloween sounds of torture and mayhem! Also perfect for office scenes, spy films and games, and much more. Office,
Demented clock ticking sound. Like something you would hear in a nightmare sequence or American McGee's Alice. Would work well in a mental hospital setting, dream, video game, horror film, reverse sequence, as an alien sound and much more. Horror & Halloween, Haunted houses
The simple but versatile sound of a lighter being lit. Besides the obvious use, it can be pitched up or down for a wide variety of sounds including button clicks, game sounds, interface sounds, flash and website sounds, and much more. Foley,
A very disturbing yet affective sound. Can be used as a crank or gear sound for a evil torture device. Could also work well as part of a drawbridge sound. The possibilities are endless! Horror & Halloween,
Well.. not much to say. When you need the sound of sliding bi-fold closet doors... here they are :) A small collection of opening and closing sounds. Can be easily used for other sounds as well. Pitch them up or down for a wide variety of interesting effects. Household,
This is a very strange and otherworldly vocalization. Alien language of a distant planet. Great for Halloween, horror, and scifi projects. It's metallic and electrical in nature with an oddly human characteristic. Great for video game characters as well. Horror & Halloween, Scary voices
An electronic and robotic transformation sound along the lines of Transformers. It's uses include sci fi, alien, robot, cartoon, game, film, tv, and much more. Can also work well as a Flash sound for websites and apps. Science Fiction, Robots