Award-Winning Music for Brands + Games
Music for the Future of Media
When brands, games and agencies want to break new ground with music, they partner with COPILOT.
Just ask the Wall Street Journal.
We launched COPILOT in 2008 because we saw media evolving and wanted to be part of that.
We crave projects that challenge us to solve new problems, to improvise and innovate.
Our best and most awarded work is about big ideas. We've brought the world together with Visa and the FIFA World Cup, created the soundtrack for an alternate history with Bethesda Softworks, and created an interactive sound experience for Verizon's destination stores.
Drop us a line and we'll tell you how you can use music more brilliantly and effectively.
COPILOT loved collaborating with Rokkan and Ghost Robot on the Humane Society‘s campaign for “Same Day Pups: Puppy Drone Delivery.” A classic song from 1904 was revived and repurposed, with a fresh feel and bright new sound. It was an honor to work on this project and help raise awareness for an “Upworthy” cause. Music is truly at its best when it can be used to help others. Also, be sure to check out this viral video in Ad Age!
COPILOT is humbled and honored to have won ‘Most Effective Use of Music in a Non-Broadcast Medium’ at the AMP Awards! A huge thank you to our amazing international team of composers for making “Samba of the World” so incredible, unique and memorable. We also want to congratulate all the other nominees and winners! Check out the winning project here: Read more…
We are incredibly thrilled and honored to be shortlisted for the 2015 AICP Next Awards. Our collaboration with AKQA, Skunk and Visa for the integrated campaign ‘Samba of the World’ is being considered for this prestigious award. Visa asked COPILOT to collaborate with musicians from each of the 32 qualified countries to reimagine the Brazilian favorite “Maria Caipirinha Samba da Bahia”. Then they asked 32 filmmakers to share how their nation celebrates the FIFA World Cup. The AICP Next Awards will be on June 2nd at the NYU Skirball Center.