about sound asylum

If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
Nikola Tesla

Every sound you hear is a frequency, vibrating.
When frequencies are not aligned (ie. singer out of tune) the mix is grating.
We create soundscapes that are more resonant, in-tune and harmonically balanced. 

Because yeah…we know how.

 

tim fowler

owner/producer/composer/sound designer
Fowler began his career as an ad agency copywriter and creative director. Also an experienced musician/songwriter, he began producing jingles for clients. In 1996, Fowler decided to strike out solo and open his own production studio to serve agencies and production companies. Over the last two decades, Tim’s unique skillset has allowed him to bring more to the table for his long-term clients. Fowler says, “Whether a movie-score, big budget commercial, web video, or simple 15 second radio spot, how information is received matters so much more than the words or meaning. People act on emotion. Not information. Like an emotional translator, whatever sound or music I design, my job is to make sure the message is heard and understood, first, by the heart.”

zach moody

senior sound designer/recordist/editor
Since joining Sound Asylum in 2002, Zach has had the pleasure of providing ADR and voice recording for feature animations, working on films like “The Grinch”, “Rock Dog”, and “Wonder Park”. He’s recorded celebrity talent for multiple seasons of “The Awesomes” animated series, and sound design and mixing for several episodes of Discovery Kids “Kenny The Shark”. He has mixed multiple seasons of “Car Fix”, “Two Guys Garage”, “Truck U”, and “All Girls Garage” on Discovery’s Velocity channel. He’s handled ADR for the feature film “The Marine” and TV NBC series “Chicago PD”, “Chicago Fire”, and “NCIS New Orleans”. He’s also provided location recording, dialog editing, sound design, and mixing for several independent films.
Zach found his passion for sound by accident. After spending most of his childhood in Oklahoma, he decided to leave the center of the country and attend the Savannah Collage of Art and Design to pursue his love of animation and see the ocean again. Fortunately for him, animation students were required to take an intro to video class, which meant he had to go to the film school. Deciding that film looked interesting he double majored. But after taking his first sound class, everything clicked and he realized sound was where he wanted to be.

our studio

about sound asylum

If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
Nikola Tesla

Every sound you hear
is a frequency, vibrating.
When frequencies are not aligned
(ie. singer out of tune)
the mix is grating.
We create soundscapes
that are more resonant, in-tune
and harmonically balanced.
Because yeah…we know how.

 

tim fowler

owner/producer/composer
sound designer
Fowler began his career as an ad agency copywriter and creative director. Also an experienced musician/songwriter, he began producing jingles for clients. In 1996, Fowler decided to strike out solo and open his own production studio to serve agencies and production companies. Over the last two decades, Tim’s unique skillset has allowed him to bring more to the table for his long-term clients. Fowler says, “Whether a movie-score, big budget commercial, web video, or simple 15 second radio spot, how information is received matters so much more than the words or meaning. People act on emotion. Not information. Like an emotional translator, whatever sound or music I design, my job is to make sure the message is heard and understood, first, by the heart.”

zach moody

senior sound designer
/recordist/editor
Since joining Sound Asylum in 2002, Zach has had the pleasure of providing ADR and voice recording for feature animations, working on films like “The Grinch”, “Rock Dog”, and “Wonder Park”. He’s recorded celebrity talent for multiple seasons of “The Awesomes” animated series, and sound design and mixing for several episodes of Discovery Kids “Kenny The Shark”. He has mixed multiple seasons of “Car Fix”, “Two Guys Garage”, “Truck U”, and “All Girls Garage” on Discovery’s Velocity channel. He’s handled ADR for the feature film “The Marine” and TV NBC series “Chicago PD”, “Chicago Fire”, and “NCIS New Orleans”. He’s also provided location recording, dialog editing, sound design, and mixing for several independent films.
Zach found his passion for sound by accident. After spending most of his childhood in Oklahoma, he decided to leave the center of the country and attend the Savannah Collage of Art and Design to pursue his love of animation and see the ocean again. Fortunately for him, animation students were required to take an intro to video class, which meant he had to go to the film school. Deciding that film looked interesting he double majored. But after taking his first sound class, everything clicked and he realized sound was where he wanted to be.

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