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.
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 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,
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
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