The sound of Mad Skills BMX 2

The sound of Mad Skills BMX 2

The sound of Mad Skills BMX 2 revealed. The sequal to Turborillas critically acclaimed bicycle title, Mad Skills BMX 2 is now released for iOS & Android! We created the audio for the title including music, sound design and voice over production.

Electrical engine audio sampling & custom bicycle ramps

During the recording sessions we built a 9 feet high plywood ramp in the backyard to record authentic bikedrops with different bikes to find the perfect sound for the start drop. For the game we recorded a brand new sound library with everything from bikes with various wheel settings to 15 different electronic engines (Thanks Anton).

VST Instruments used in Mad Skills BMX 2

We also did some deeper synthesis with Omnisphere, Diva and Zebra 2 to create start horns, finishline confetti sounds and of course some custom patches for the music.

Composing the music for Mad Skills BMX 2

For the music we went wild and created some really tight and groovy cues suitable to the fun gameplay with a blend of organic and electronic instrument sounds.
Some of the instrument plugins we used to compose the music are Omnisphere and Zebra 2 which are close to our hearts for all kinds of sound design purposes.

The music was written and arranged in Logic Pro X and Bitwig Studio. They are my primary DAWs of choice for game composing and sound design.

If you don”t have Mad Skill BMX 2 yet, download it for free at https://www.turborilla.com/getbmx2!

Download Mad Skills BMX 2 on the App Store

               

Mattias Holmgren

Mattias Holmgren is a creative director sailing from Sweden – business owner of Morningdew Media. Visit Mattias YouTube with videos on music, creative sound design, graphics and brand development. Check out the Resources Page if you want to know what gear i use. Join my exclusive community: https://www.patreon.com/gelhein
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