hooting Ourselves won Best Documentary Feature at the Architecture Film Festival London this weekend!! Big congratulations to director Christine Cynn and producer Kristian Mosvold, brilliant to have worked on such a remarkable film.
Out of this large pool of submissions, four outstanding works have emerged. Our competition jurors Ollie Alsop, Penelope Haralambidou, and Daniel Schwartz were impressed by the innovation, intelligence, and craft displayed by each of the films.
e talked to the good people of Electronic Sound Magazine about what we do at Coda to Coda and how we made our first algorithmic soundscape for the Robots exhibition at the Science Museum, London.
..as you walk around the exhibition what you’re hearing is a soundtrack unique to your visit. It will never sound the same twice.
What’s more it could just go on regenerating forever. Head not leaking quite enough? The real kicker is that while you’re there, unless someone points all this out to you, the sound is just part of the experience.
Electronic Sound have even made a mixtape to accompany the issue, featuring yours truly alongside Wax Trax!, Saint Etienne, ABBA, Jane Weaver, Coda To Coda, Midge Ure, The Associates, Can, DJ Food and much more, so get yourself a copy and your ears around this..
hese two hunks have pride of place atop the vinyl!! We bagged both UK and International MAS Awards for Best Sound Design for TV. Big thanks to the MASA team for your recognition and support. Big shout out to Will, Sam, Steve, Aaron and Joe who concocted and recorded a whole new universe of sound and music for all 52 episodes of CBeebies series Messy Goes to Okido, a fun science-adventure animation series for children made by Doodle Productions.
“Their work has been outstanding and never compromised by tight deadlines. They’ve been a great partner in defining and creating the sonic identity of the entire series. We are looking forward to working with them on future productions.” – Jules Coke, C.E.O. Doodle Productions