Neil Biggin
Neil Biggin - 2014 -
Birth Date
Sound Designer

Neil Biggin (*1967/68 in Sheffield, England, United Kingdom) is a British sound designer and composer, based in Vancouver, Canada.[1] Along with Patrick Phelan, Darren Lambourne and composer Chris Adams, he was responsible for the sound design of the 1996 video game Realms of the Haunting.

Hailing from Sheffield, which he considers somewhat of a "historical home for electronic music," Neil has credited bands such as New Order, The Cure, Joy Division, Bauhaus and Kraftwerk as his main influences in composition, always craving new music like "a thirsty man in a desert."[2]

Apart from his work on Realms of the Haunting, Neil has also contributed audio content for the following productions, predominantly for Gremlin Interactive and the FIFA franchise:

  • Litil Devil (1993)
  • Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension (1993)
  • Jungle Strike (1993)
  • Top Gear 2 (1994)
  • Shadow Fighter (1994)
  • Actua Soccer (1995)
  • Slipstream 5000 (1995)
  • Loaded (1995)
  • Normality (1996)
  • FIFA: World to Road Cup '98 (1997)




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