The UK Music+Sound Awards took place last night in London, recognizing outstanding work in music and sound design across all the visual media industries.
The awards include entries from computer games, feature and short films, television and cinema commercials, non-broadcast or viral advertising, branding and title sequence and television programmes.
The 2014 UK Music + Sound Award winners for Sound Design include:
‘The Last of Us’ (Sony Computer Entertainment)
Honda ‘Hands’ (Anthony Moore at Factory / Weiden & Kennedy)
London Short Film Festival Trailer (Phil Bolland at 750mph / Ben Campbell at Cut & Run)
‘Misfits’ Series 4 (Tony Gibson / Molinare / Clerkenwell Films)
‘Post Personal’ (David Kamp)
Non Broadcast + Viral Advertising
Audi R8 V10 Plus ‘Evolution on the outside, Revolution on the inside’ (Will Cohen at String and Tins / BBH)
Trailers + Promos
‘Skins – Time Changes Everyone’ (Arge at Envy Post / 4Creative)
Congratulations to all the winners!
For non-UK residents, there is still time to enter work for the International Music + Sound Awards online. Also, be sure to check out the other categories!
On 8th October, the entry window opened for the Music+Sound Awards 2013, an awards event that celebrates sound design and music in the creative industries.
Gaming, Film, TV and Advertising professionals are invited to become part of a music and sound celebration, which offers this incredible wealth of talent their moment in the limelight.
There will be awards for Best Original Composition, Best Sound Design and Best Sync across the entire audio and visual media industries. A thirty strong panel of industry authorities such as Duncan Smith and John Broomhall will judge the categories. With past winners including Best Original Composition in Gaming: James Bond 007 Blood Stone.
2013 follows on from the phenomenal success of the inaugural Music+Sound Awards. Once again the music and sound design industries have given their support to this event with sponsorship coming from heavyweights such as PRS for Music and Universal Music Publishing Group.
Tom Foster (now at Universal Music Publishing) says: “It is wonderful to be part of such a ground-breaking and unique event again. Last year we were blown away by the amount of talent in one room – the list of nominees was like a who’s who of the industry.” Nick Payne & Dan Neale, founders of the Music+Sound Awards say: “We were overwhelmed by the response to the first awards, this was in no small way down to the incredibly high standard of entries. This year’s body of work is already extremely strong and we are looking forward to giving the music and sound design industries another night to remember.”
A stunning line up of artists took to the stage at last year’s ceremony, which featured performances from the likes of The Noisettes, Newton Faulkner, The Phenomenal Handclap Band and a DJ set from Gary Numan and Ade Fenton. The Music+Sound Awards 2013 will yet again put the black ties and three course meals to one side and celebrate music and sound the way it should be done.
The Music+Sound Awards 2012 attracted worldwide interest, so much so that an international competition has also been launched for 2013. All entrants in the UK competition will automatically be entered into the International Music+Sound Awards free of charge.
Entry window opens on 8th October 2012 and will close on 30th November 2012
· Entries can be made at www.masawards.com
· The work must have been broadcast, published or released between 1st October 2011 and 31st
· Entry costs £125 + VAT per entry per category or £90 + VAT with an eligible discount
· The Music+Sound Awards will be held on 21st February 2013 @ Troxy