MUSIC & SOUND DESIGN
A great example of how music can be integrated into the film from pre-production through to the end product. This project for Wagamama, produced by 119 Studio, used music as a tool during the shoot, playing the drum beat through speakers to create transitions and movements that were all timed to the rhythm of the music.
During the recording session with our drummer Sam, we recorded a broad range of rhythm styles and genres, all set to the same bpm, so that we could chop and change through styles as the film progresses, retaining interest and excitement throughout.
Sound design adds to and elevates the rhythm of the music, using whooshes and chops which are all in sync with the tempo. The end result is a joy to listen to and certainly an approach to film-making we’d love to explore more!
‘Flow’ is available to license on our library.
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1% for the Planet
We’re proud to be part of 1% for the Planet, whose members contribute at least one percent of their annual revenue to environmental causes.
Our job involves a fair bit of overseas travel, and we wanted to use our membership to lessen our carbon footprint. Given this, we’ve chosen to donate to The Woodland Trust, who are tirelessly planting trees, bringing ancient woodlands back to life and protecting forests from decimation.