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.
It’s been a long standing COPILOT tradition to end the year by sharing some of the music that’s inspired us the most. And without fail, we hear from you and we all go back to where we began with music, a bunch of fans trading opinions and new discoveries.
COPILOT partnered with Anomaly’s New York office on their new Jolly Ranchers campaign, spanning several television and preroll commercials. Along with the new tag line “Keep On Sucking!”, Anamoly has brought the five Jolly Ranchers flavors (blue raspberry, apple, watermelon, cherry and grape) to life as animated characters.
COPILOT managed the audio side of creative production to develop each character’s unique sounds. A sample library of character expressions and moods was then built so that the creative team at Anamoly can quickly craft customized social media content on a daily basis. See some of our work below the fold:
Our friend Jessica Taylor recently left Google to launch her own app, called Rolltape. NY Magazine says it is disrupting conversation and TechCrunch describes Rolltape as a “voice messaging app for sharing personal moments with friends.” As audio and music nerds, we enthusiastically describe it as a way to bring your voice, ears, stories and heart back to your communication.
Knowing how sophisticated and plugged-in our community is, we expect lots of you to grab the free app over at iTunes and try it out! Oh, and of course we should mention that we were excited to create the music for the welcome video below and intro tape included in the app. It’s great to be part of innovation.