Trent Reznor Already Awarded for Doom III Sound

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Updated 06.19.2002 8:30 AM EDT
Doom III was with no doubt the big winner of this year’s E3. Besides the awards “Best of Show”, “Best PC-Game”, “Best Action Game” and “Special Commendation for Graphics”, the official e3awards website also reports about this award:
Special Commendation for Sound
DOOM III
(Trent Reznor/id Software/Activision for PC)
“No game programmer envies the idea of competing against John CarmackÕs latest 3D graphics engine. So imagine the challenge of trying to create a soundscape that not only matches but also compliments CarmackÕs 3D magic. Leave it to Trent Reznor, frontman for Nine Inch Nails, to meet and exceed that challenge. ReznorÕs richly textured 5.1 channel soundtrack literally rocked the theater, forming an important part of the ever-so-impressive multimedia assault that was DOOM III. Presented in a special theater at the Activision booth, ReznorÕs pristinely mixed sound effects and cranked-to-the-max sound system made everything else at E3 sound like an old transistor radio.”

Also, USA Today featured a brief article on Doom III with Trent Reznor about the Doom III just recently.

“What made the original Doom such a landmark achievement was that you had never seen anything like that,” says Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, a Doom fan. Several years ago, Reznor sent concert passes to the id gang. He ended up supplying music for Quake. Now, he’s supervising all the sounds in Doom III.

Doom “was politically incorrect at the time,” he says. “It was violent, it was exciting.”

Reznor is taking the same detailed care with his haunting surround soundtrack. “I want to get across fear or dread or high anxiety Ñ through the sound of the environment,” he says. “It’s like mixing sound in a real 3D environment. Sound behaves as it would in the real world.”

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