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Who We Are


“PulseSetter hunts for cool sounds to record and create music to entice his followers and to make a connection with their souls. He wants us to see things differently by using technology to get to the good old days when people felt the music…”

We are a group of composers and sound designers living in Los Angeles making synth sound sets, sample/loop libraries and producing music for media. As every composer knows, a good theme helps the story and emotions evolve in a filmscore. Therefore, we created our theme “PulseSetter” based on a futuristic dystopian-cyberpunk character who lives in one of several mega-cities where folks huddled together after a few world wars. Mixing new and old tech, our anti-hero lives for music and sounds in a world more into overthrowing the mega city overloard.

Our goal is to design modern custom sample instruments, synthesizer soundsets and loops for cinematic scoring. Our theme helps us move our sound story along into hybrid and new sonic territories. Plus, we are huge sci-fi-fi fans.



kyle emmy



Emmy winning audio extraordinaire for his work in Westworld. Kyle helps out with some cool custom sounds when he is not winning Emmys. Did we mention the Emmy? Oh, being young and living the dream in Hollywood.

bary wier



Mixing with a big punch, Barry keeps busy working in American Idol, The Voice, Top Gear USA, etc etc etc.. and yet, provides us with some hard to find sounds. Also, as a gun enthusiast, Barry has some crazy gun shots for those more aggressive sound design sessions.



Recordist & Filmscore Mixing

Our latin sound bomb who comes from Miami working with Ricky Martin and Shakira, now does some amazing FilmScore Mixing in LA. That, and let us use his studio and records music samples that require some cool mics and techniques.. and specially... organization.



DSP and Sythesis hero.

Aka: Sonorityscape. Daniel's forte is in video game sound design but it doesnt mean he is not on the forefront of syntheziser sound design for music. Check out his Massive synth tutorials and you'll see why.