Following the blockbuster hit Baldur’s Gate release; the audio department of Interplay squandered no time to initiate setting up Plans escape’s sound design: Torment. The supervising mastering engineer, Craig Duman started transferring the collection of rulebooks, Advanced Dungeons & Dragons that describes the enormous Plansecape universe. This thorough study was then utilized to produce effects, which ultimately attained more than 1500 sounds.
A squad comprising of twelve audio engineers and designers produced the sounds for Torment. Talent such as Skywalker Sound’s David Farmer provided more than 300 stunning sounds. The recognition of Farmer’s works comprising works on Mortal Kombat, Armageddon, the Mask and Con Air and also sports like Baldur's Gate, Descent 3 and Fallout 2. Farmer shaped the spell effects of Torments out of several sound layers and few of the dramatic spells of Torment. Farmer covered in effects above effects. He briefed that during Torments he was dealing out with few sword hits, and they were approaching up extremely attractive. While it didn’t work for the magic charm he was functioning, he provided an explanation such as 'reverberant metal tones, excellent magic charm resource’. Later when he was searching for a few thing with those traits, he had forgotten that he was the one, who created those sounds.
The torment sound begins with an ambient sound, which was created in a way that it transmitted the mental state of every region of the sport and finally submerged the player in a profound environment.
Tracking down the footstep of the triumphant sound pattern in Baldur’s gate, the audio department of Interplay has increased the interactive audio design’s standards further more in Planescape: Torment.