I work at a Central London studio and have experience when it comes to deliver what the client wants. I respond quickly and make my clients an absolute priority. Every new project is a challenge to the inventiveness, originality and imagery of the mind, a new story for the sound to tell.
I had the opportunity to take up various roles in different projects, from Sound recordist to composer, from Foley artist to sound designer which gave me a good perspective on how the different departments rely on each other. It was clear that communication and enthusiasm were the two driving things that make a good project and a good team.
I have experience working with Voice Overs, Commercial Sound, Short movies (up to 30 mins) (Foley. Sound design and composition) as well as game sound and mixing.
So far, the most exciting part of working with a collective is creative resources. It takes a collaboration to create something astonishing that will immerse the spectator/listener and leave a memorable experience. Different ideas, but the same vision, long and tiring hours with a purpose – these are the things I admire about being a sound engineer.
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Interview with Laurynas Vytas
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: One thing i have noticed, in music production like anywhere else, being tidy is being smart. ALWAYS keep the project as tidy as possible so you don't get lost.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: James Blake, Thom Yorke, Gorrilaz, Fleetwood Mac, Butch Vig, Knower, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, RHCP, Atoms for Peace,
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: The most common line of work that i am involved in is mixing and sound design