Twin sisters Sing Ern and Sing Huey, who loved playing video games at a young age and loved the music in them, started working in the game audio industry in 2012. Sing Ern began her journey as a music composer at Boomzap, while Sing Huey started as a sound intern at Ubisoft.
In 2015, they founded WOW Sound, where they work with local and oversea artists to provide game developers and content creators with royalty-free and custom music and sound effects. Since then, they have distributed nearly 100,000 royalty-free game audio packs, not counting individual tracks. Clients who have used their services include Kefir!'s game Last Day on Earth: Survival (2018) which has more than 100 million downloads, Tooniverse under CJ E&M (2020), goodjob games (2021), and Moonton (2022).
Their catalog is also sub-published by EMVN, Vietnam's Largest Production Music Library and was a featured publisher on Unity (a prominent game engine in the gaming industry) Asset Store's Homepage on International Women's Day in 2019. In 2021, they had the opportunity to contribute trailer sound effects for Fantasy FX "Toolkit" by Popcorn music, represented by Warner Chappel in the US. Recently, they mentored game incubators as partners with Cargo Studios in Singapore to advise and provide game audio assets.
The founders, Sing Ern and Sing Huey, who has a background in music composition, specializing in sound design and creating unique sound effects from scratch. Their most popular magic sound effect series was used in the game, 'Evertale' (2019), with more than 5 million downloads, and the anime, 'Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense' (2020).
To enable creative artists to do what they love, live off their craft, always learning and innovating with trends and technology to provide content to the fast-changing world. We’re continually attempting to deliver well-designed, versatile, inexpensive, and high-quality audio content.
As a small video game and anime music library, we carefully pick our audio designers and work with them to produce the highest quality and trending royalty-free audio tracks. We aim to take the time to create memorable music soundtracks and sound effects and believe in having quality tracks and not quantity.
*Fun Fact: WOW stands for Walking on Water
Did You Know?
In recent years, many music libraries’ licensing terms are getting more and more negative for music composers. Some royalty-free music libraries take a considerable percentage of the sale or are sold in bulk cheaply, and the music composer earns close to nothing.
At WOW Sound, we believe in fairly compensating our creators while keeping the price of our products accessible to consumers, ensuring a win-win relationship.