Herrera Productions

March 2004
Mix;Mar2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p68
Features Herrera Productions, a company that provides music for video games. Insights of company owner Raymond Herrera on the history of the company; Creation of sound effects and voice overs; Use of connections in the film industry to get sound for video game work.


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