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©2019 by Alex Retsis

Sound Designer / Composer

ALEX RETSIS

Alex Retsis is a freelance audio specialist based in Athens, Greece. He has been active in the field of discography, since 1993 and in theater, TV and advertisement since 2008. He has provided sound design & music services for international clients including Vodafone, WIND, IKEA, X-BOX / Microsoft, HALLS, AMSTEL and many others. For his work in advertisement he has won domestic awards (ERMIS). In the past, Alex has been involved with setting up two record companies - the techno label "Modular Expansion Records" and the experimental label "Anthropos-Mekhane", He has performed concerts in many European countries, including the Institute For Contemporary Art in Berlin, at PACE – De Montfort University, Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Berghain & Tresor clubs and has participated in domestic festivals such as Synch, Bios, Mediaterra and many more. Alex is the founder of Qebo (experimental electronic music act, signed artist with Detroit Underground label) and Videogame Orchestra (chiptune side-project). Japanese synthesizer company KORG, has endorsed his collaborative “EMEX” analog techno project.

Alex is also a sound designer & beta-tester, for audio software developers Glitchmachines, Unfiltered Audio, AudioModern and other companies. He recently designed the hip-hop signature library "New City" for sample specialists Soundmorph and the video-game sound FX library “Parallax”, for Glitchmachines. Additionally, he frequently collaborates with German audio pioneers Native Instruments, for which he provides sound design and composition services, and US based sound innovators Twisted Tools. His latest production is the hybrid foley loop library "Shift", for AudioModern and the signature chiptune / circuit-bent Maschine Expansion "Byte Riot", for Native Instruments.

Alex also provides exclusive sound design content for Hollywood's Pro Sound Effects and Sounds.com, the audio platform powered by Native Instruments.