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Our piece Quest for Justice

By Admin | May 20, 2016

It was especially pleasing to see one of our tracks recently used in a behind the scenes documentary on the latest Star Wars movie “The Force Awakens”. The documentary featured interviews with key members of the production team, along with some fabulous footage of one of the locations in the movie. Luke Skywalker is living…

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Pasta joke…

By Admin | May 20, 2016

Dolmio sauce ad follows in the footsteps of a movie classic Writing music for TV advertising is a challenge. You have just half a minute in which to present a piece of music from beginning to end . And vital as your role is, you always have to remember that you’re there to support the…

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The illusion of sound

By Admin | Nov 14, 2015

When we listen to a recording do we hear something that never happened – and does it matter? What makes a great recording? Is it the sense of being in there, in the middle of the music, where you can hear everything? Or is a great recording one which is so technically blemish-free that it…

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Mulberry ad wins praise from Campaign

By Admin | Nov 17, 2014

We were very pleased to see that the Mulberry advertisement which features one of our tracks had been used by creative agency Adam & Eve/DDB London as part of their #win Christmas campaign.   Advertising bible Campaign awarded the video its Ad of the Day Award this month. An intimate jazz combo track called “When…

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Classical album breaks new ground
 at Abbey Road Studios

By Admin | Oct 25, 2014

Well we did it – coping well with time pressures, budgetary management, enormous creative questions, mass of material, orchestra, choir and assorted opera singers – and a few visiting dignitaries, celebrities and VIPS. The recording of our new classical album went off without a hitch at London’s Abbey Road Studios. ﷯The brief was complex –…

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Music for the Rugby World Cup

By Admin | Oct 5, 2014

England’s green and pleasant land provides the visual backdrop to one of our latest initiatives. The Rugby World Cup will see 20 teams from as far afield as Namibia and Georgia battle for the William Web Ellis Trophy. The games will be held across 11 host cities and the competition will run for six weeks…

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