New Project Announcement: Strings Theory

Eight months into our official launch and Silen Audio can already announce our first project: Strings Theory. Strings Theory is a subatomic puzzle platformer game for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Windows, and OSX.

We were brought in late in the cycle, to finish up the audio for the game. Beautiful Bee had heard some of the music that we had done and came to us for their electronic inspired audio soundtrack. We were contracted for original composition, sound design, as well as music for the teaser/trailers.

Our goal throughout the process was to combine a sense of peaceful puzzle adventure with a glitchy aesthetic. Our team wound up using a variety of analog and digital synthesizers, as well as some custom recorded assets.

We were so excited to work with the creative team at Beautiful Bee, and the overall experience has been a wonderful process.

Strings Theory is slated to be released on Steam soon, December 14th, 2021. Other major platforms to follow.

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Industry-leading full-service game audio house founded by veteran composer Adam Fligsten. Contact us to bring audio innovation to your project.

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