EXCLUSIVE: Vaudeville Sound Group post-production team, who worked on the likes of HBO Max Peacemaker and those of Netflix The old guardlaunched a department entirely dedicated to spatialized audio, which has 10 employees.
Vaudeville described spatial audio as the “next generation of innovative sound” and will use the division to identify natural sounds and create synthetic sound for customers, including a soon-to-be-announced global technology company.
Manager Mirko Vogel and Business Development Manager Rob Calder will oversee the division and have hired 10 people: a project and development manager, a project producer, a coordinator, two senior sound designers, two senior field recorders, two editors and a re-recording mixer. .
Vaudeville has also made various hires in its recently opened UK, US and Canada office, which opened in Vancouver in 2020.
Vaudeville has a range of big-budget clients, including HBO Max, Disney+ and Netflix, working on the likes of snowdrops and Lovecraft Country.
“With this new expansion, we are at the forefront of spatial audio to deliver a fully engaging, multi-dimensional sound experience to audiences,” said Founder and CEO Daniel Jones.
“The growth of our team is a testament to our talented colleagues taking the world of sound design and mixing to ambitious new levels.”