Levon Louis appeared in Newsweek Magazine for break-dancing at the tender age of 10. He started making electronic music in his teens and often carried a recorder around to collect random, interesting sounds to use in his experimental music. Nominated Best DJ, Best Electronica, and Keyboardist of the Year in Houston for his work with the rave band, Lunatex, his music appeared in retail record stores nationwide, reached the top-10 charts of MP3.com, and was featured on XBOX game soundtracks alongside Aphex Twin, Depeche Mode, The Prodigy, Nine Inch Nails, and The Chemical Brothers.
In 2005 Levon moved to Los Angeles to push things forward, taking on studio work with Oscar / Emmy-winning sound designer Michael Kimball (The X-Files) at Midway Games. There Levon fell in love with the multi-faceted creative process of game development, while working on the Mortal Kombat franchise. More projects followed, leading to international adventures and eventually Audio Director roles including for The Golden Compass, Silent Hill: Homecoming, and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood *
Today, with 20+ console/PC games behind him and original music enjoyed by fans worldwide, Levon lives in Austin where he continues to pursue his passions for audio artistry, creative writing, and for connecting people with deeper experiences through the awesome power of sound.
* Winner of the D.I.C.E. Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Design.