An exciting addition to our ever bourgeoning shelf of pride! SNK Studios were thrilled to be part of the winning team for a prestigious Silver 'Shark' award at the Kinsale Festival in Ireland. The award for Best Direction featured original music and audio post from SNK Studios on the 13th Street channel promo created earlier this year, for NBC Universal.
Huge congratulations to Director Guy Soulsby and Creative Director Andrew Clyde.
Fun but scary times working with the teams at NBC Universal and Timecode Productions to create the sounds for these latest TV promos.
Halloween runs across SciFi in Poland and Syfy in Benelux whilst True Crimes airs in Poland from October 14th.
With thanks to Senior Creative & Producer, Clem Pavey and Producer & Production Manager Jo Lappetelainen on Halloween. Production company, Timecode Productions were behind True Crimes. With thanks to Jo Sainsbury, Senior Creative & Producer and Amanda Robinson, Campaign Producer.
We've been loving working directly with Betfair - the worlds largest internet betting exchange - to provide all aspects of audio post; including sound design and dubb, for the current TV campaign.
Our sound designers and audio producers took care of the not-inconsiderable task of versioning dozens of spots over the past couple of months for the UK and numerous European territories all requiring alternate deliverables, foreign VOs and mixes.
Watch 'More to play for' here, one of the four main spots.
Creative agency: Cubo
Group Creative Director: Trevor Chambers
Director: Ben Hume-Paton
Producer: Toby Walsham
We're delighted to have been commissioned by the lovely people at Lupus Films for the voice recording of The Hive! Series two of the globally successful pre-school kids series revisits the lives of the Bee family and their adventures centred around Honeybee House.
SNK Studios are providing all the character recordings in tandem with the animation process. The series has already started to air on Disney Jr in the UK and we'll be squirrelling (or buzzing) away on the project well into 2016.
We worked with our friends at Loco Motion Soho to create new drama TV sponsorship idents for Viking River Cruises. Steered by their agency, Atomic, Viking River Cruises broke with their tradition of showcasing their cruise ships and looked instead to attract viewers to the beautiful locations they can visit.
SNK's task was to design sounds to match compliment and enhance these images as well as craft bespoke music to underpin the brand message.
Final mixes on over 20 versions completed this project which airs currently on the UKTV network and ITV3. Have a watch of one of the 10 second spots here.
Teaming up once again with Golley Slater and producer Amanda Lowit, SNK Studios managed creative sound design, music composition and the final mix on both the English and Welsh TV commercials
Produced by Amanda Lowit at TV Production Office, these commercials will broadcast between the Summer and 1st December 2015 on channels in England and Wales promoting the new 'opt-out' policy for organ donation.
SNK Studios are delighted to be providing the voice recording over the next year or so for the new animated TV comedy series, Counterfeit Cat. The series is a co-production between Wildseed Studios and Tricon Kids & Family for Disney XD EMEA.
All of the voices will be recorded at our Tottenham Court Road studios and include some familiar names: British comic actor Marc Wootton (Nativity!) voices ‘Max’, the anxious but vain house-cat, alongside comedian Kayvan Novak (Phonejacker) who voices ‘Betty’.
Aimed at the 6-12 year old audience the series consists of 52 x 11 minute episodes and 11 x 2 minute shorts all airing on Disney XD.
The media event of 2015 so far saw the worldwide launch of everyone's favourite fantasy series, Game of Thrones - Season 5 with a star-studded party at the historic Tower of London! SNK worked closely with our good friends at Giggle Group to provide bespoke sound design for the beautiful projection mapped backdrop. Daenerys' dragons were flying around the side of the Tower throughout the evening before setting the Game of Thrones logo alight.
Rumbly fireballs accompanied by huge dragon screams and wing-flaps were created to add even more drama and excitement to the 40 odd cast members parading down the red carpet. The massive audio system gave us the opportunity to output via four separate channels - an interesting technical challenge we had to overcome in order to create an ultra-wide audio spread to the action.
Here's to April 12th and the first episode - can't wait! ;)