Tim Larkin Net Worth, Bio, Wiki


Tim Larkin Net Worth

How rich is Tim Larkin? For this question we spent 15 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $130 Million.



Tim Larkin information Profession:Composer, Sound Department, Music Department

Height, Weight

:How tall is Tim Larkin – 1,82m.
How much weight is Tim Larkin – 52kg


Tim Larkin Net Worth
Tim Larkin Net Worth
Tim Larkin Net Worth
Tim Larkin Net Worth


Tim Larkin is the audio director for Cyan Worlds, a software company that produced the Myst series of computer games. While working at Cyan, Tim worked as a sound designer for Riven, and as a composer for realMyst, Uru: Ages Beyond Myst and Myst V: End of Ages.He has twelve years experience in the game audio industry. He started in the game industry working as a composer/sound designer for Broderbund. He created sound design for Riven while working there and was later hired at Cyan to work on realMyst and Uru. Tim still performs session work regularly as a trumpet player as well as doing freelance sound design and composition outside Cyan. He created music and sound design for titles such as Middle-earth, The Incredibles, Pariah, The Lord of the Rings, Robota by Doug Chiang, Prince of Persia and Dota 2. He is an Academy Award winning sound designer for The ChubbChubbs! a Sony Imageworks production teams Academy Award for Animated Short Film winner in 2003. More recently, Tim Larkin has been working for Valve Software, where he has worked on Portal and Portal 2, composed music for DOTA 2 and providing developer commentary on the sound design of the latter.Tims experience in the music industry includes live performances as a trumpet player with artists Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, Mel Torm?, Sheila E and Huey Lewis. He recorded on record albums for Ice-T and as a solo artist for Avenue Jazz. He worked on HBOs The Rat Pack, White Mile and Floundering. He has done the sound work for the documentaries National Geographics Lost Fleet of Guadalcanal, Pearl Harbor and The White House, and American Experience documentaries on Galileo and the Wright Brothers.
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