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GenreEpic music, Symphonic, electronic, instrumental
FoundedAugust 20, 2005 (2005-08-20)
FounderPaul Dinletir
Carol Sovinski
ProductsMusic production
MembersPaul Dinletir
Kevin Rix

Audiomachine is an American production music company based in Los Angeles, California. The company was founded by Paul Dinletir and Carol Sovinski in August 2005, producing music composed by Paul Dinletir and Kevin Rix.[1][2]

About the company[edit]

Audiomachine mainly produces music for movie trailers and advertisements, but recently its music has also been featured in the 2010, 2012 and 2014 Olympic games official program labeled as Epic Music.[3][4]

Many of Audiomachine's tracks have been featured in theatrical movie trailers, including those of Avatar, The Chronicles of Narnia films, Iron Man, Venom, Avengers: Endgame, and others.

Originally, Audiomachine released albums only for the film industry's professional use, but since 2012 it has released selected albums and compilations for the general public as well. The industry-released albums include Deus Ex Machina, Phenomena, Origins, Leviathan, Awakenings, Millennium, and Monolith.[5][6][7][8][9][10]


Paul Dinletir[edit]

Paul Dinletir initially just played piano and wanted to be a songwriter and jazz pianist. His wife was able to get him into a film and television music UCLA taught by Robert Etoll, who is now a collaborator. This led to him becoming a composer for X-Ray Dog where he composed trailers for cartoons (such as Samurai Jack until season 4) and reality TV shows; from that he saw the enjoyment he got from trailer music and eventually did that full time. Dinletir's influences are Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy; he regularly listens to soundtracks.[11] He used Logic Pro software for 15 years and switched to Steinberg Cubase.[12]

Kevin Rix[edit]

Kevin Rix started out playing guitar and was in various rock bands growing up. At music school, where he was introduced to classical music and jazz, he started realizing his interests in composing and in working with different instruments and sounds. After a few years he decided to do it professionally. At first he wanted to get into writing film soundtracks. While he was working on a demo reel, he obtained a job editing and mixing ringtones for a company, where he met Dinletir. He started in the profession as Dinletir's assistant doing sound design. Rix's influences include Mozart, Bach, Debussy, Rush, Mastodon, Soundgarden, Hans Zimmer, and Harry Gregson-Williams.[11]


  • Chronicles (2012)
  • Epica (2012)
  • Helios (2012)
  • Tree of Life (2013)
  • Existence (2013)
  • Phenomena (2014)
  • Magnus (2015)
  • Decimus: The Abbey Road Sessions (2015)
  • Worlds of Wonder (2017)
  • Life (2017)
  • Volturnus (2018)
  • La Belle Époque (2018)
  • Ascendance (2018)
  • Exogenesis (2019)
  • Trailerized: Covers and Originals (2019)
  • Another Sky (2020)
  • Cinematix (2020)


Along with Harry Gregson-Williams, Audiomachine is responsible for the soundtrack of the 2014 video game, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the first game in the Call of Duty series to be developed by Sledgehammer Games.[13][14]

Music from its albums was used in:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Film Trailer Music, Pt 1: An Interview with audiomachine". The DIY Musician Blog.
  2. ^ "Video Interview with Audiomachine". Trailer Music News.
  3. ^ "The Growing Success of Trailer Music in Various Shows". Trailer Music News.
  4. ^ "Official Olympic Album by Audiomachine". New Age Music World.
  5. ^ "Audiomachine: Deus Ex Machina". Trailer Music News.
  6. ^ "audiomachine: Phenomena". Trailer Music News.
  7. ^ "Audiomachine: Origins". Trailer Music News.
  8. ^ "Audiomachine: Leviathan". Trailer Music News.
  9. ^ "audiomachine: Millennium". Trailer Music News.
  10. ^ "Audiomachine: Awakenings". Trailer Music News.
  11. ^ a b "Interview with audiomachine (1/2)". YouTube.
  12. ^ "Interview: Paul Dinletir". Michael St. James.
  13. ^ "Information about the "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" Collector's Editions including the digital OST". IGN.
  14. ^ Spacey, Kevin; Baker, Troy; Emery, Gideon; M'Cormack, Adetokumboh (2014-11-04), Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, retrieved 2017-03-20
  15. ^ "Soundtrack.Net Trailers audiomachine". Retrieved 2017-03-20.
  16. ^ "Behind That Screaming, Spooky Track In The "Prometheus" Trailers". Co.Create. 2012-05-24. Retrieved 2017-03-20.
  17. ^ a b c "audiomachine". Retrieved 2017-03-20.
  18. ^ "Audiomachine and Dean Valentine featured in "The Martian" trailer". Soundtracks and Trailer Music. 2015-06-10. Archived from the original on 2017-04-22. Retrieved 2017-03-31.
  19. ^ "What Is The Song In The Avengers 4 Trailer?". ScreenRANT. 2018-12-08. Retrieved 2018-12-13.
  20. ^ "Porsche wins the FIA WEC 2016 - Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG". Mission Report - Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. Retrieved 2017-03-20.
  21. ^ Porsche (2016-06-21), Porsche at Le Mans 2016., retrieved 2017-03-20
  22. ^ IGN (21 July 2010). "StarCraft II Launch Trailer" – via YouTube.
  23. ^ "SAS: Who Dares Wins - All 4".
  24. ^

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