Over 4,500 miles away, Chris Kennedy (Senior Composer, Noise Distillery) watches his composition come to life at a Hungary-based studio. Budapest Scoring Orchestra performs and records while the Noise Distillery composer views from our studio in Baltimore.
“Imaginarium”, the 3:00 cinematic piece, required an ensemble of 51 world-class musicians assembled in a world-class studio. The piece was later mixed by Rich Isaac (Creative Director, Noise Distillery).
No matter the scope of the project or size of the budget, Noise Distillery works with producers, directors, game developers, and other creatives to bring their work to life with custom music. Check out some of their latest songs and albums by visiting their SoundCloud and stay up-to-date by following them on Facebook.
Chris Kennedy has been a part of the Noise Distillery team for over 15 years and written thousands of pieces of music. Chris creates award-winning original music tracks for broadcast, web, video games, and film. Outside the studio, he shares his skills with aspiring composers by serving as faculty for Peabody Conservatory’s “Music for New Media” program, as well as Johns Hopkins University’s “Graduate Film” program.
This fall has been an exciting time for Noise Distillery. Scroll down to check out the latest.
Our friends at Yes& Agency asked us to create a fist-pumping, stadium-rocking score for this spot that was worthy of these over-the-top celebrations. Try not to get a case of rock neck after listening to this.
Few years in American history have been as pivotal and transformative as 1968. We were honored to create a score for this powerful documentary produced by The Biscuit Factory for Smithsonian Channel.
Noise Distillery worked closely with Pixelberry Studios to create a soundtrack for their latest Choices installment, Across The Void. This “choose your own adventure” style game is described as a “space opera”, in which the player is the captain of a luxury space liner traveling through the galaxy–in the middle of a galactic civil war! Noise Distillery created evocative music that will transport you across galaxies, lift you up to save the day and pull at your heartstrings as you try to find love in the vast universe.
Congrats Chris Kennedy
We are excited that Chris Kennedy, Noise Distillery’s Senior Composer, will be teaching a brand new undergraduate program at Peabody called “Music for New Media”. The class is lead by renowned English musician, singer and producer Thomas Dolby. The program is the only one like it in the country and is designed for strong music students interested in composing and producing music for emerging areas of non-linear entertainment such as computer games, virtual reality, augmented reality and 3D spatialized sound for location-based experiences.
Noise Distillery. Sound Like No Other.
The Latest from Clean Cuts
This fall has been an exciting time for Clean Cuts. Scroll down to check out our latest work.
MARVEL POWERS UNITED VR (C) 2018 MARVEL
Clean Cuts had the honor and pleasure of collaborating with Sanzaru Games for yet another top tier game, released in Summer 2018! It was a thrill recreating the iconic Marvel sounds for a cinematic immersive experience. If you don’t have an Oculus Rift headset, check out a gameplay trailer to experience a sliver of the excitement in MARVEL Powers United VR, available for purchase now at the Oculus Store.
Clean Cuts: Sound Design
It’s the return of the King! NBA 2K19 is back and better than ever! We were called upon again this year to collaborate with the 2K Audio team providing sound design and mix to the MyCareer Mode and the weekly 2KTV show.
Clean Cuts: Sound Design & Mix
When Velocity brought us this Nitro Circus promo, we knew that Senior Audio Engineer Andrew Eppig was a match made in heaven for this project. No better engineer than our nationally ranked dirt bike riding champ to sound design this high-energy trailer! Check it out here.
Clean Cuts: Sound Design & Mix
“Never Say Never” with WWE 2K19. The Clean Cuts audio team joined forces with Visual Concepts and 2KSports to bring you yet another amazing title this year! Step into the ring and show the world what you’re really made of. Pick up the Ric Flair “Wooooo!” edition and start playing today!
Clean Cuts: Sound Design & Mix
Our work with video games doesn’t stop here. We have more to come this November. Follow us on our social media accounts for instant updates.
Clean Cuts. Sound Like You Mean It.
This Fall at Cerebral Lounge
This fall has been an exciting time for Cerebral Lounge. Scroll down to check out our latest work.
We were thrilled to work with TLC and Marshalls on a branded entertainment vignette starring the oh so fabulous Monte from “Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta”. Cerebral Lounge said ‘yes’ to the shoot, script, edit and color correction. CEO Lee Konen directed the spot and Clean Cuts handled sound design and mix.
PandaBlair and Defining Entertainment came to Cerebral Lounge to edit the latest series of spots for Capterra which taps into the frustrations of three fictional, yet very relatable office workers. Clean Cuts provided sound design and mix and in this case, also provided the VO talent with our very own Harry Evans.
Cerebral Lounge had the honor of celebrating humanity’s greatest adventure when we teamed up with our friends at National Geographic‘s kids book. This trailer for a new pop up book showcases fun and educational facts about the first moon landing. During this production, we used actual moon-landing footage and audio and paired it with pop up book footage we shot in our office. We had a stellar time with this project. Check it out for yourself and listen to Clean Cut’s out-of-this-world sound design.
Cerebral Lounge had a blast writing, illustrating and animating the most recent installment of Investigation Discovery‘s “Ludicrous Laws”; this time for Econo Lodge. Clean Cuts provided the sound design and mix. Enjoy watching, but be mindful of those spurs, cowboy. Yeehaw!
Cerebral Lounge. Bringing Your Stories To Life.
Recyclables Meet Foley
At Clean Cuts, we’ve been getting trashy. Where some people see junk, we see an opportunity to create unique sounds. Watch and listen to how Isabella Ness transformed these recyclables into real-life sound effects. Can you guess what object was used to create them?