If you like to animate to a soundfile of an older challenge, feel free to download and use it. You can submit an animation of an older soundfile and we will show it at the show in the Z-Bar (Berlin) and on the webpage and we will link it on facebook.
Note, though, that your movie is not participating in the official challenge. If you want to face the challenge you will find the current soundfiles under the menu item „Current Challenge“
And don’t forget to mention the name of the sounddesigner in the credits of your animation.
Soundfile made by Markus Kempken
Markus Kempken is an animator based in berlin with lots of sound experiences also. Follow the link to have a view on his projects.
Soundfile made by Francisco Londoño
Francisco Londoño is a musical composer and producer living in Medellin (Colombia). He is running the studio „Estudios Guayacanes“ where he is doing music and sound art as well.
Soundfile by Chris Malget
Chris Malget is a Berlin based sounddesigner, music producer and songwriter. Check out his work at facebook, instagram and soundcloud!
Soundfile by Markus Wende
Markus Wende is working as an animator, illustrator, cartoonist and animation teacher in Berlin. Sometimes he likes to deal with sounds and music.
Soundfile by Andrea Martignoni
Andrea Martignoni is an Italian musician and sound designer working in short animated film production. He composed several soundtracks for artists such as Blu, Michele Bernardi, Saul Saguatti, Roberto Catani, Petra Zlonoga, Martina Mestrovic, and Compote Collective. He collaborates with several international festivals around the world with masterclasses, workshops, and lectures.
Here is a podcast with Andrea made by Robert Löbels Animation Explorer Project: (LINK)
Soundfile by MIC
MIC is a german comic artist and animator living in Berlin. Very well known are e.g. his Papa Dictator comics
Soundfile by Michał Krajczok
Michał was born in Poland and emigrated with his family to Germany at the age of 10. From the fascination of grandpas piano over experiments in classical, rock and jazz music, he developed his passion towards music and further on towards sound for film. He moved to Berlin to study Sound Engineering at the HFF Konrad Wolf in Potsdam-Babelsberg in 2003 and trained himself to become elaborate in creating sound environments that concentrate the intended feeling and the aesthetics of a film. Michał can offer hands-on knowledge on all stages of film sound production, be it location sound or sound design, sound supervising and mixing