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My goal with sonic idents is to provide a crystal clear voice for brands, a personality which points the audience to the feeling of their product. Every ident is unique in tone and harmonics to fit the clients’ needs.

The overall process is polished and refined, sometimes delivering 100+ assets giving brands as many opportunities as possible throughout the production to find the right sound.

Client: Cheap Tickets .NL
Topline Vocals: Raiza Rae

The idea behind this jingle is “What does a vacation sound like?”  In the case of Cheap Tickets, it meant warm beach sunsets consisting of steel drums, electric bass, pianos, and tight topline vocals making it a quick and memorable jingle in Podcasts and videos alike. 

Client: Google

The boot-up sound for the Nexus Q created by Google. This ident is in the key of C playing eight digital polysynths simultaneously spanning a key range of 4 octaves creating a full bodied sound comparable to the THX brand. 

Client: Clorox

Clean, powerful, and fresh. The notes are in the powerful key of Bb major while the timbre of the pianos and bells are crisp and clean like glass. The feeling of freshness is captured by the inhaling and exhaling recordings. 

Client: Home Advisor

The notes of Hallelujah sung by one male vocalist, one female  vocalist multiplied 40 times, backed by an organ, a poly synth, and digital choir created the rich fullness of a real analog choir. This aired across the U.S. on all major broadcast channels.

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