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I have rarely met a more dedicated and hard working developer. Clark developed the entire audio package for our product and worked insane hours to get it "just right". He welcomed feedback, actively sought it in fact, and never settled for "good enough". He is a priceless asset and a dedicated craftsman.

Mike Wikan

Clark Wen

Wen (center) with veteran Metroid series composers Kenji Yamamoto and Minako Hamano.

Clark Wen is a freelance audio director and sound designer. Wen owns a sound services company called Exile Sound, which he founded in 2015. He worked as the audio lead at Retro Studios for both Metroid Prime and Metroid Prime 2: Echoes. Wen has most recently worked on several Call of Duty and Guitar Hero games at at Neversoft Entertainment and Infinity Ward. In 2017, Wen revealed that the original Prime was meant to be played without music to maximize the feeling of isolation.[1]

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