This original track was chosen to replace a hit song used on the English version of this ad. Check out both the French & English version of the song 1,2,3,4
Wave got cracking with Groovetime Creative’s direction and created this unforgettable, relentless reminder of the benefits of eggs. Isn’t that what a jingle is supposed to do?
Rapper Kyprios and singer Ali Milner bring this original composition to life.
Coach finds the perfect words to motivate his team and we create the perfect music to celebrate the successful ‘pep talk’.
We were up close and personal with the animals at the Vancouver Aquarium to create this track using their ‘voices’.
This piece of music was composed by Mark Mothersbaugh under the direction of our own Marc Wild.
Our Shaw Bot finds love at first byte. Original music by Bob Smart.
Do clothes make the man? Or is it the Whiskey he drinks? In this case, both. Original music by our Music Supervisor Marc Wild.
Beer has never been scarier. A special promo for the Toronto International Film Festival.
Fun project for our composers: Lively and interesting music needed to drive :60 stop-motion animation.
Must have ben a challenge in casting a man with a very small brain but Nintendo makes a great case for “use it, or lose it.”
We were asked to compose music that reflected just the three simple ingredients in McDonald’s Smoothie. Key of Delicious featuring the vocal talents of Ali Milner, Rebecca Shoichet and Austin Nash-Park.
Great use of bringing iconic characters to life to illustrate a powerful message. Music by Bob Smart.
Beautiful slow mo of a girl and a ball. We liked her so much, we hired her. Bethany Brown on the ball and the voice.
Convincing someone that you need the latest and greatest. We’ve all done it. Well, maybe you didn’t go this far. Our original track provides a perfect pathetic backdrop.
This ascension of helium voices was created in studio by Craig Warrian as were the various post sound effects. Quite a challenge without any source sound to work with.
What is it about the scent of Vanilla and older ? Science Explains.
Good, good, good vibrations – and of course authentic ‘instruments’ were used to create these tunes.