We're super proud to unveil our latest work for Victorinox. The Swiss brand, founded in 1884, was the original developer of the now infamous Swiss Army Knife and the company still provide high quality products across fashion, travel, watches and fragrances commercially as well as the ubiquitous knives exclusively to the Swiss Army to this day.
Commissioned on behalf of our good friends at Soho Music, we were tasked with producing Sound Design & Final Mix Audio-Post Production for a series of stunning short films, created by London based motion design and directorial innovators, The Builder's Club.
Each of the four films posed it's own unique challenges, from creating the sound of beautiful moving carbon (that didn't sound dark or eerie), to the sound of an expanding orange, the magic of an uplifting typhoon or a glass bottle twisting and growing towards the ceiling. We always love working with quality 3D motion as it invariably gives us plenty to get our teeth into as sound designers and these wonderfully creative shorts were no exception.
We also worked music edits and remix / mastering for the client's chosen brand track, Shikoku from singer songwriter, Kate Simko featuring the London Electronic Orchestra.
Check out all four films below (Apparel / INOX Watch / SAK Cyber Tool / SPECTRA Suitcase). We're into these ones...