About us

Constantine Sapronenkov — founder, production manager and chief editor of Sigil localization. In business since 1998, he’s tried many types of content, genres and professional positions — from translation through game design to sound direction. Knowing the craft thoroughly, he’s capable to handle any localization request on the market. Participated in many show and game projects in the past — like Baldur’s Gate, Mafia, Operation Flashpoint, Call of Duty series, The Witcher, The Simpsons, Futurama, Family guy, American Dad, etc. (See the list of prominent projects before 2013)

Dmitry Punegov — co-founder of Sigil and ceaseless sound engineer here for 14 years. Apt to sort out any task at hand — from the most intricate Role-playng game with lots of dialogue like The Witcher, to mixing a musical episode sang by multiple dubbing underage talents, like our recent Ready Set Dance show. Had handled large scale projects like Call of Duty series, The Witcher, The Simpsons, Futurama, Family guy, American Dad, etc. — together with Constantine since 2007.

Evgeny Drayer — head of Diyez studio, host of our sound recording sessions and our constant collaborator in intricate business of recording songs on top level whatever it takes.

Alena Andronova — our sound director, and talented actor, who dubbed plenty of anime and game projects.

Recording with Diyez studio we currently use:

Microphones: Neumann U87ai, TLM103, TLM127, Sennhieser E416, Sennhieser MD431

Preamps : Empirical Labs Mikee, Universal Audio 610 MKII

Convertor: Lynx Aurora

Computers: MacPro

Software: Cubase11Pro