My name is Toomas and I am currently taking a bachelors degree in sound design. I am looking to collaborate with other people on a video game project in order to become better at my craft and expand my network. I have a bit of experience with Unity and using FMOD, currently learning C# in order to become better at implementing and creating audio mechanics and logics. My speciality is designing sound effects, ambiences and foley but I can also compose music if required. My main weapons of choice is Ableton Live, a microphone and using synthesizers. I have access to many sound libraries but I like the challenge to create everything from scratch.
I have to this date made a prototype 3D game by myself (though with a bit of help from my friends), it has become my pet project and currently I am planning to finish it by 2021. At the moment I am working on a VR experience that will be released next year. Besides that I am working on a 2D game with some friends. So far I have experience with 2D, 3D and binaural sounds. I have also worked with doing podcasts and radio features.
You can check out my own game here (MacOS build, Win build will come next month but you can watch a video on page of gameplay - recommend headphones for best sound experience!): https://husfar.itch.io/impulse
You can check out a game jam build released last year for the 2D game here: https://sphysics.itch.io/sphysics (we're recreating the whole thing with more mechanics, graphics, levels, sounds etc. Alpha aimed to be done by september)
Unfortunately I cannot share any clips or excerpts of the VR project due to an NDA but I can link to the directors portofolio pitch: http://mikkelbattefeld.com/workingtitle/
I'd like to work with someone who understands and respects adult priorities as I am a husband, father and about to go into my 3rd year at university. Therefore I must in advance declare that I can maximum put in about 20-30 hours a month into a project at the moment. I am open to most genres and ideas :-)
You can contact me at email@example.com
Thanks for reading, hope to hear from you :-)