Watson Wu is an award winning American sound effects producer and sound effects recording artist. It was at the age of 11 years old when he started classical voice training then later on classical piano. During junior high music became a passion which Watson wanted to make a career of it after completing school. This was fueled when a professor visited his high school advanced chorus class and offered him a music scholarship to attend Miami Dade College, then later on to Florida International University. During late high school and college, he also performed and did live mixing of different rock/electronica bands and classical concerts. Since 2001 Watson has been in the business of creating audio content for film, TV, ads, and video games. He and his team have worked on AAA titles such as Baby Driver, Mercedes-AMG ad, Assassin’s Creed, Transformers, NCAA Football, Madden, The Need for Speed franchise, and many others. Some of Watson's other credits include Lexus, Guts|Glory|Ram, Daniel Craig's A&E Documentary, 71 (the movie), The Voice, G4TV, It's Me or The Dog, Australia's Got Talent, NBA, NHL, U.S. Army ad, and many more.
Memberships: ASCAP Writer (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers), PPA (Professional Photographers of America), Composer for APM & West One Music publishers.
FAQ: Watson is a Featured Artist for Seagate, Sound Devices, Rode Microphones, DPA Microphones, K-Tek, PortaBrace, and Energy Transformation Systems.
The Rode WU-1 microphone was named after Watson Wu