Studio X Labs is an award-winning premiere full service audio production facility that caters to clientele, including some of the world’s top interactive publishers and developers (Disney, Electronic Arts, Nintendo, THQ, Take2, Vivendi/Universal, Activision, Microsoft Game Studios, Rockstar Games and Sega). We have extensive experience in producing audio solutions for a diverse range of projects and clientele.

Awards

1999 - Homeworld / Relic Entertainment
Publisher: Vivendi/Universal
Awarded: Best Interactive Soundtrack in PCGamer and EuroGamer Magazines

2002 - Mon Amour, Mon Parapluie
Leo Award for Best Sound Editing in a Short Drama

2005 - The Road that Binds Us
Leo Award for Best Musical Score in an Independent Feature Film

2011 - A Window Looking In
Leo Award for Best Sound Editing in a Documentary Program or Series

Recent Projects

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    Reviews for Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak

    August 29, 2016

    Released January 2016, Studio X Labs was responsible for all of the audio (music, sound design and speech production). The game received a 79% on Metacritic. Here are some of the video reviews for the title: IGN’s take on the new installment of Homeworld: Here is what Gamespot had to say in their 1 minute […]

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    Reviews of Homeworld Remastered

    August 29, 2016

    Here is are the links to some of the many reviews of Homeworld Remastered. We were very pleased that the Metacritic rating for Homeworld Remastered was 86%. Starting out with IGN’s review: Here is Electronic Playground’s Review: Over in Australia, the folks at Good Game Review weigh in on the release: Always entertaining, the Cynical […]

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    Kotaku article on the Remastering of Homeworld’s audio

    March 26, 2015

    Recently, I had an opportunity to write an editorial for Kotaku’s website on the remastering of Homeworld’s audio.  Here’s the link to the article: http://kotaku.com/how-we-overhauled-the-homeworld-soundtrack-for-a-new-au-1692665327 in the article it feature a brief history on the two Homeworld soundtracks.  

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