The track 'Weird World' has been used on Saturday Night Live, NBC. Great to hear! The track is available to listen to on the Synctracks website.
Great to see tracks 'Falling Number', 'Stalagmite', 'Press Forward' and 'Lock And Load', all in the Synctracks library were placed on 'Nine Lives' on Channel 4, 'Worlds Strongest Man' on Spike and 'Colour: The Spectrum Of Science' on BBC 4! Head over to Synctracks to hear these tracks in full.
Very pleased to announce there are now tracks available to license through the Shutterstock music library. Check it out here.
Congratulations to Sebastian Barner-Rasmussen for winning Best Postgrad Short Film at Screen Stockport Independant Short Film and Television Festical with his film Derek Vs Derek, for which I wrote the music. Very well deserved!
The track Dark Matter is now featured on the Soundiron site to help showcase how samples from their sample pack Laundronium can be used. Dark Matter uses only sounds from Laundronium - some were used straight out of the box with a little dynamic control and EQ, but I also had a lot of fun processing sounds.
I've had a lot of fun creating the sound design for an ad campaign for MCard, which is being introduced to public transport in West Yorkshire, UK. "It's so easy a zombie could use it" is the concept and it's prompted a few of the most fun and creative dialogue recording sessions I've had! A surround sound 30sec trailer is being shown in cinemas across West Yorkshire, which points people to a 4min version on the FaceBook page. It was fantastic to collaborate with Thomas E. Roach on the 5.1 mixing and it was very exciting to hear it all finalised at the Dolby Atmos equipped dubbing theatre at Sound Firm studios in Melbourne. I'm incredibly grateful to both - they did an amazing job!
Click on the picture below to hear the score for a short film called Junana by director Chantal Bertalanffy. Spoken in mainly French, but also Japanese and a little English (plus filmed in Japan). The score takes a little influence from composers such as Joe Hisaishi, Tan Dun and Yoko Kanno, and was kept fairly minimal. This stripped back approach really identifies with the main character who is beautiful and curious, though also is yet to find a direction in life, and is young, quiet and naive. The extremely talented Lily Thornton played cello beautifully, bringing the score to life and helping us identify with the main character.