ABOUT

Bio

Impact Audio brings passion to your musical score or audio FX needs. Carey James Chico has honed his craft for over 23 years delivering artfully composed music and sound FX to game companies such as Activision Studios, Pandemic, 505 Games. He has also brought emotional work to film and theater through works such as Boo for Kismet Films and Measure for Measure for the Arclight Reperatory Theater. In all works, Carey has strived to imbue quality and realism and loves to experiment with new genres and styles. 
Member since 2004

Credits

2016

Ember, N-fusion Interactive & 505Games

 

2015

Tribal Idol, 505Games

Dreamdrop, 505Games

 

2014

Cat Tap Fever, 505Games

Hansel & Gretel Slots, Villain, LLC

2013

The Godfather Slots, Villain, LLC

2012

Cross Stitch Kingdom, Villain, LLC

Secret Kingdoms Online, Globex Studios
Secret Kingdoms Mobile, Globex Studios

2010

Measure for Measure (Play), Arclight Repetory Theater, San Jose CA

2009

T.A.N.K. (iOS Game)
Snowman 3D (iOS App)
Christmas Tree 3D (iOS App)
Pumpkin 3D (iOS App)

2004

Boo (Film), Kismet Entertainment Group and Graveyard Filmworks

2003

12 Angry Jurors (Play), SHCP Theater Company, De Paul Theatre, San Francisco

The Seventh Monarch (Play), The Road Theater, North Hollywood

2001

Xmen: Mutant Academy (PS1), Activision Studios

2000

Call To Power II (PC), Activision Studios

1999

Battlezone II (PC), Pandemic Studios

Shanghai: Second Dynasty (PC), Activision Studios

Shanghai: Mah-Jongg Essentials (PC), Activision Studios

Ice Routine For Izraeli National Champion, Dennis Nikola

1998

Civilization: Call To Power (PC), Activision Studios

1997

Mechwarrior II: Battlepack (PC), Activision Studios

1993 

Counterclockwise Skitcom (6 episodes)

Reviews

"Ember has...nice polished visuals, great sound design and even better music. "

- Steam Discussion Forum

"9 SOUND: Fantastic soundtrack, solid sound effects and an amazingly rich set of voice actors make you feel like you're really there..."

-IGN STAFF 7 JAN 2000

"Carey Chico's music of the spheres and Robert L. Smith's shadowy lighting are integral parts of the play's unique atmosphere. "

- Curtains Up Review of The Seventh Monarch