Who?

Hello.

My name is Jaime Cross, I am a sound designer and composer for games. I have been working in the industry for the past 7 years, and have a strong passion for everything game audio related. I am a strong believer in taking a holistic approach to game audio, working out what is best for the game with other departments and team members and how the audio can elevate the whole project to a higher level.

I have worked on small scale to multi-year projects, both in-house and remotely. I am capable of handling a multitude of game audio requirements at each stage of development, and have experience in:

  • Audio direction
  • Sound recording, editing and design
  • Voice over casting, dialogue direction and editing
  • Managing and directing outsourced and contract personnel
  • Audio systems planning and design
  • Music composition and systems design
  • Implementation, mixing and optimisation in middleware and in engine (Unity, Wwise, FMOD Studio)

I also have experience in working in audio post production for linear media and have worked on physical audio based installations.


Current Reels


Highlighted Works

Murderous Pursuits – PC, 2018

Monstrum – PC, 2015 (Consoles, 2018)

Full Portfolio


Additional Info

Previously I worked at Blazing Griffin as an Audio Designer and Acting Audio Lead. I headed up their audio department while working on their upcoming title The Murder Mystery Machine (working title), and previous release Murderous Pursuits. I have also worked on some projects with the Film and Post Production teams.

I was also the Director and Audio Lead of Team Junkfish. In 2015 they released a survival horror game called Monstrum, which was nominated for TIGA, Develop and BAFTA Scotland awards. I also handled the PR and marketing at Team Junkfish on top of the audio and directorial duties.

I’m a graduate of the University of Abertay Dundee via Ayr College in Sound Production, with a focus on audio implementation in games and the use of 3D sound.

In November 2015 I was voted onto the IGDA Scotland board on a two year term, and in 2017 was re-elected once again as the group has grown. We are currently looking to formalise at a Scottish Charity to strentghen our efforts in supporting the Scottish game development community.

I did some guest lecturing at the Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio on Game Audio.

Want to know anything else? I’m on Twitter.


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