Sergey Eybog is a sound designer and music composer engaged in post-production audio for computer games and various media. He was born in a small siberian town Ust-Ilimsk, Russia on February 11th, 1981.
His career started in the early 2000's, when he discovered tracker music software and began to release music under nickname Vibe/CRC, some of which received high praise in demoscene-related community. In 2004 he began to work as a freelance music composer, collaborating with various Russian game developers. In 2010, Sergey was invited to work in Strategic Music as a full time sound designer and music composer. Select credits include the music for "Agatha Christie: Dead Man's Folly", music and sound design for "Everlasting Summer", sound design for "Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf", sound design for "Royal Quest", sound design for "Evolution: Battle for Utopia".
In 2015, Sergey won the 1st place in the Boom Library sound design contest. The next year, he was invited to work for Mail.Ru Group, one of the largest Russian multi-industrial companies specializing in technological innovations and internet services. Starting initially as a sound designer, he eventually took the role of audio lead at Owlcat Games - the studio behind the critically acclaimed computer role-playing game "Pathfinder: Kingmaker".
At the current moment, Sergey continues to work with Owlcat Games where he oversees and directs the audio production for their games. He also maintains several side projects, like "Lesser Vibes" - his own series of boutique sound effects libraries.
In his free time, Sergey often walks with a portable recorder, trying to get fresh sounds; he produces electronic music under nickname Silent Owl, studies new techniques of sound design and, of course, plays computer games.
Sergey's compositional influences include Thomas Newman, Yann Tiersen, Joe Hisaishi, Yasunori Mitsuda, Danny Elfman, Jeremy Soule, Enya, Orbital, Solar Fields, and many more.
Various information:DAW: Steinberg Cubase, Cockos Reaper, Schism Tracker.