Technical Sound Design Demo

Game Sound Design Demo Reel

Vehicle Engines in Wwise

Unreal Wwise demO Reel

Archer Vs drones

Unreal, Wwise

This is a sound design and implementation demo of my mini game Archer vs. Drones made in Unreal Engine with Wwise.


Motor Warp

Unreal, Metasounds

This video features my process creating the audio for the game Motor Warp, which I made for the OnceAMonth Game Jam. In the video you will find my approach to procedural audio for the hover motorcycle via Metasounds in Unreal.

This video is a short Audio demo of Motor Warp 

If you are interested in playing the game, it is available for PC at no cost at: 


my C++ plugin for WWISe

Currently I am working on a Wavetable synthesizer plugin for Wwise. My main goal is to use it in future projects for vehicle sound designs. This short clip showcases my progress with this plugin. So far the plugin has 22 oscillators with individual sliders, a scanning phase slider, and a phase-range offset. No other plugins or external effects, except for pitch (octave down), were used in the examples. 

QUICK NOTE: at the moment we are transitioning VIGILANTE RACER from Unreal back into Unity. I will be updating this section in the coming months.

Sci-Fy Engine Metasounds

Here is an update on my latest engine sound design for the game Vigilante Racer by Dan Violet Sagmiller.

In the video you can hear all the components of the engines in MetaSounds. First, you will hear them separate, and then all together.

At the time of recording, CPU usage was spiking up to 10% per core. But I recently updated the patches and now it’s running at 2% with no spikes. phew 😅 

Audio Controls: Blueprints and Metasounds

This video is a breakdown of my prototype vehicle implementation for the game Vigilante Racer by Dan Violet Sagmiller. This is my approach to triggering and updating Metasound variables with the use of the TimeLine node in Blueprints. 

You can view the blueprint at:


Archer Vs Drones

Unreal, Wwise

Ambience and Footsteps

This video is a breakdown of how I implemented an integrated ambience and footsteps system in UE5 and Wwise with blueprints for my game Archer vs Drones. The sound design has gone through many improvements since I made this video. You can listen to the final version in the Wwise Demo Reel

Falling Drone Automation

In this video I will breakdown the audio implementation for the falling drone sequence in Archer vs Drones. The sound design has gone through many improvements since I made this video. You can listen to the final version in the Wwise Demo Reel.   

Agent Stealth

Unreal, Metasounds, and Wwise

This is a breakdown for Agent Stealth. I created this game for the Games for Blind Gamers Jam. It features speech descriptions, a prompt collision system, and a custom scanning function, which allows blind players to focus on spatial sounds via mouse yaw movement.

Ancient Hacker

Unreal Engine 5

Sound Design and Music Demo

Music and sound Demo of Ancient Hacker, a stealth and exploration four level game set in a mysterious library. I created the game in Unreal Engine 5 using blueprints and public domain art assets. 

The game is available as a free download at 

Trigger Sounds from an object's rotation

This video is a breakdown of the audio rotation system implemented in Ancient Hacker  via blueprints and Unreal’s audio component.

Music Manager and Layered music

In this video you can see how I created a music manager blueprints script for Ancient Hacker

Pure Data: Spectral Delay

In this video I am sharing the features of my latest Pure data patch. It is a spectral delay with chorus and wave folding capabilities.

Hunted Forest Raylib C++

Me and my 9 year old made this game for our own Home Game jam. She created all the beautiful art while I worked on the sound design and code (C++) in Raylib. It was great to work on a project together and to connect in a different way than what we are used to.

Ocean Waves Unity C#




I wanted to give myself a challenge to create the reverse effect of an audio visualizer in Unity's Audio engine. An audio visualizer works by transferring data from the frequency spectrum through Unity’s Audio Source, and feeding this data to any parameter in the game. This time, I wanted to have an object such as a cube that was in a random state of change by way of a Lerp function. In this case, I could feed the random data to the sound effects in order to have both sound and movement linked to one another.  

For the script I started with a scale Lerp function that had a random range value between 5f and 6f. Since I ended up wanting to create ocean waves as a practical application,  I added another random range of speed  between 1f and 10f. In this way the ocean waves would be less predictive and therefore more natural. At last, I added a Switch to trigger snapshots. The variable sfxDuration was made public so that it was easier to change it later in Unity. 

Audio Visualiser in Unity C#