You would be hard-pressed to find an electronic music enthusiast who isn’t familiar with Richard Devine. In addition to his genre-defining IDM and perfectly-sculpted ambient soundscapes he has remixed top Warp artists like Aphex Twin and Mike Patton (Faith No More), released 4 full-length solo albums and continues to perform his own ear-tearing music mayhem worldwide.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Devine is a sought-after commercial sound designer, composer and producer, with a resume including film score work for Touchstone Pictures, commercials for Nike, and a film score collaboration with BT, sound mangling/programming for Trent Reznor, sound design for Halo 2 and 3 and various audio magic for a laundry-list of fortune 500 companies: Audi, BMW, Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Scion, Coke, LandRover, Lexus, Peugeot, Dodge, HBO, Nestle, Nike Japan, McDonald’s, Sprite, Sony, Spike Television network, Konami gaming for the Dance-Dance Revolution game…
In addition to TV and film, Devine is commissioned for sound programming by some of the most respected audio companies in the world. His work is featured on new software and hardware titles from DigiDesign, Access Virus, Akai, Ableton, Apple Computers, Arturia, Camel Audio, Native Instruments, Izotope software, WayOutware Softare, Eventide Effects Company, GRM tools, Korg, Clavia Nord, Alesis, Openlabs, Universal Audio, Hartmann Neuron synthesizers, Stanton Magnetics DJ Company, Roland, Propellerheads, Yamaha and M-Audio Division.
In 2007 he signed a deal with Sony Media to release his first two Sound Effects libraries, “Pulse” and “The Electronic Manuscript” which won 2009′s best sample library by Remix Technology Awards. In 2008 Devine launched a new sound design company “Devinesound” which was nominated for the Cannes Lions Award for his work with Microsoft’s Halo Believe Campaign.