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WHY MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN ARE VERY MUCH NEEDED RIGHT NOW

10/05/2020 / Max

MUSIC
MOVES
PEOPLE

Think about how ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ on the radio brings you back to your parents playing Queen records when you were young. Think about internet culture, which has strong roots in pop music with phenomenons like the Harlem Shake and TikTok. In this isolated time, we like to surround ourselves with all kinds of impulses. Music has this magical way to take you on a journey and bring you home.

IDENTITY
MATTERS

With that said, it’s important to have a voice with a unique tone, a timbre, a pitch. You’ve put so much love and devotion into your brand. Transfer that when you present it to the world with some tailor made, high quality content. Something that resonates with your message. Something consistent, that people recognize. So that they remember it when it really matters.

WRAP
YOUR
GIFT

The way of presenting your brand should complete your message. There’s what you want to say and there’s how you want to express it. We can help you to translate your vision into music that moves your audience. So that people both understand and feel what you want to communicate. Most decisions are emotionally driven.

YOUR
AUDIENCE
IS
LISTENING

People want to be engaged and inspired these days, that’s why your story matters right now. The world is spinning a bit slower and creative, exciting content can be a very refreshing impulse in a time when people mostly see their living rooms. This is the time to show what you believe in. To create.

BE THERE,
OR BE SQUARE

The way of presenting your brand should complete your message. There’s what you want to say and there’s how you want to express it. We can help you to translate your vision into music that moves your audience. So that people both understand and feel what you want to communicate. Most decisions are emotionally driven.

#NEW WORK

Check out our latest work for the Rijksoverheid (dutch government) where they asked us to think about the sonic content of the message about the covid-19 virus.

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