Founding Partner Steve Milton will join Conor O’Sullivan (Sound Design Lead at Google) and Kevin Perlmutter (EVP Chief of Innovation at Man Made Music) to discuss the partnership of audio and visual designers in crafting sonic identities for product, virtual reality and visual identities. Register now!
Thursday, 9 March 2017
Museum of Arts and Design
2 Columbus Circle
New York, NY
Hear our co-founder Steve Milton chat to Andrea Silenzi about the art of sound branding and how Listen crafted Tinder’s new signature app sounds, during the latest episode of her Why Oh Why podcast. Listen below.
For the latest Listen produced event for NYC eyewear institution MOSCOT, the super talented Emily King performed for an enthusiastic crowd at the MOSCOT Gallery & Music Space for an amazing MOSCOT Music event. She performed songs from her new album, Switch! With hits like “Already There”, “Distance” and “BIYIMM”, the audience couldn’t get enough and ended the night with an encore chant, to which Emily happily obliged.
To help Broods promote their latest single release ‘Heartlines’, and their upcoming headlining US tour, we worked with Microsoft to develop a technology solution that would bring the song to life.
Using the Microsoft Band, the fitness tracker measured lead-singer Georgia Nott’s heart rate as she performed in the video, translating her biodata and energy into a stunning geometric display. We transformed the band’s energy and emotion into a corresponding visual show, creating a data-driven, bio-interactive concert.
A first-of-its-kind integration, fans got to experience the Band powered visuals in real-time when Broods took the technology on the road for their headlining U.S. tour. The Microsoft Band collected information from the artists as they performed and translated that data into visuals in real-time, creating a new level of intimacy with the audience and a one-of-a-kind live music experience.
See more on Microsoft’s Music X Technology program here.
We are thrilled and honored to have won our first Cannes Lions awards! Our project DELQA with Microsoft has received a Gold Lion for Sound and two Silver Lions for Brand Experience and Digital Installation.
DELQA is an installation that invites the audience to physically go inside the music of critically-acclaimed music producer and artist Matthew Dear.
Using Microsoft Kinect technology, participants can manipulate their surroundings as they explore an ever-evolving world of music and sound. Both the visuals and the music respond intuitively to audience movements and interactions.
For our latest Music X Technolgy project with Microsoft we went to Moogfest to catch up with their future thought leaders to discuss the music & technology landscape. As part of the conversation Amos Gaynes (Moog Music Product Specialist), Onyx Ashanti (Sonocybernetic Patternist), EMA (Musician and Multimedia Artist), and Josette Melchor (Gray Area Founder) discussed Moogfest, the music & tech community, and how projects like Realiti – Inside the Music of Grimes are pushing the boundaries of the music experience.
Realiti – Inside the Music of Grimes was an environment that celebrated music, art and technology by offering fans a unique chance to remix the track ‘Realiti’ by Moogfest headliner Grimes. Redefining the music experience, the installation invited visitors to manipulate their surroundings as they explored an ever-evolving world.
We recently caught up with Big Grams (Big Boi & Phantogram) to see how they use Microsoft’s Kinect technology to create an immersive visual experience for their unique live shows.
Big Grams worked with new media and entertainment studio V Squared Labs to develop this experience, which is triggered by the band’s movements on stage. The result is a spectacular interactive backdrop that was custom made to compliment Big Grams’s energetic performance, bringing fans into their world.