Lots of Robots is a small animation and sound design studio based in San Francisco.Founded in April 2001, Lots of Robots is currently working on an episodic film concept entitled "LOR" as well as taking on animation and sound production contracts.
  Andy Murdock graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1987 with a BFA in painting and film. He then worked as a recording engineer/producer and sound designer for Hyde Street Studios and Earwax Productions doing albums, film soundtracks and commercials. Then he worked as a 3d artist for Mondo Media, Xaos and PDI on films, television and video games.
    Andy's first solo short film "Rocket Pants" was seen at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival, Santa Monica Film Festival a Moxie finalist, Santa Fe Film Festival and ResFest 2000. Andy also worked on "Gone Bad" which was accepted at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. "LOR" has been accepted to the 2003 Sundace Film Festival.

Clients and Projects include:
Video Games
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
EA GameTrailer for TV and Film
Fantastic Four
Ballers 2
Myst 5
BattleField 1942
Blade Runner
Bond 007
Knock Out Kings 2
Daedulas Encounter
Rebel Assault 2
Mech Warrior 3
Test Drive 2
Summoner 2
Holye Casino
Dark Reign
Power Rangers
Tekken 2
Monkey Island 2
The Dig
Alien Vs Predator

Film and Short Film
Bram Stoker's Dracula
The Peacemaker
The Magic of Flight IMax
Antz2 test
Rocket Pants
Gone Bad

Intimate Strangers: PBS
Sun Micro Systems

Discreet, Kinetix, Oregon 3D

Albums, Music & Audio Engineering
Bram Stoker's Dracula - Oscar winning Sound Effects
Kamikaze Ground Crew: Scenic Route
Kamikaze Ground Crew: Madame Marie's Temple of Knowledge
Swell: Well Swell: Swell,
Tood Rundgren: Private Eye
Michael Ward
Beatnigs, MCM and the Monster
Henry Steele: Goodbye To All That
San Francisco Ballet, Magic Theatre,
NPR, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network
Vegas in Space, The Indestructable Man

Places where I used to or still work with
Mondo Studios
PDI, Xaos, Earwax, Hyde Streeet Studios
Nebraska Corn Fields

San Francisco Art Institute, BFA: Painting, Film Making

Audio Gear List:
Software: Digital Performer,
Equipment: Waldorf MicroWaveXT,
Waldorf MicroQ,Waldorf Q, Emu-e6400 Ultra
with large library, 5 Mackie HR824s, RolandXV-5080
Emu-Proteus 2000, Emu-XtreameLead,
Yamaha P80 piano, Yamaha CSX2, Eurodesk 9000
Line6 Vetta Guitar Amp, Motu 828mk2,2 Motu 828, Giga Studio-160, Quad and 5.1 surround mixing