Born and raised in the Ozarks, Casey Austin is a composer, sound designer, and audio engineer experienced in writing for film, commercials, video games, and trailers. His creative process revolves around melding together unique timbres to discover abnormal, intriguing new sounds.
He began his career as an audio engineer at National Audio Company - the largest remaining professional cassette production company in the States. Here, he recorded, mixed, and mastered music to be duplicated in the cassette and reel-to-reel formats. Through this, he's had the opportunity to work with many labels (Sony, Disney, Universal) to help make their artists’ music (Post Malone, Ariana Grande, John Williams) sound great on a tape-based system.
He's worked freelance with a wide range of directors, animators, programmers, producers, and other composers. He's continually contracted to write original music and design sound for the studio, Dogbotic; this has led his music to be used in commercials for Life Is Good, animations for Oddfellows, and ad campaigns for progressive change in California.
He currently resides in Burbank, CA with his wife and loves to spend his free time bowling and tinkering with electronics.