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.
We love that we had a small hand in this literally ground-breaking, conversation-starting and innovative campaign. Ad Week provides the full recap: 4 Grand Prix, 18 total Lions, and untold numbers of inspired little girls, including some COPILOT offspring. While the statue is the main event, getting the emotional tone right for the accompanying film was critical to the campaign being understood and not misunderstood, and we’re glad we were there to help. Video after the jump.
Ravi recently joined the excellent podcast Making Ways, which is all about the unusual paths of creative professionals. What motivated him to drop electrical engineering and end up writing jingles in NYC? Find out! Have a listen now on soundcloud or even better, subscribe on iTunes! Go deeper and check out the full article at medium.
COPILOT took home the Best Original Song at the 5th Annual AMP Awards for Music and Sound last night in New York. The winning entry was the Fallout 4 “Nuka World Official Trailer,” created by Bethesda Game Studios. It features a fun, campy and period-accurate jingle for a fictional theme park called “Nuka World.” This marks the fifth straight year COPILOT has won at the AMP awards, a show that is decided upon by fellow composers and producers. Shootonline has the full list of winners.
From Left to Right: Paul Greco (J. Walter Thompson), Jason Menkes, Ravi Krishnaswami, Keith D’Arcy (Songs Publishing)
Two years after releasing “E.p. #1” under the name HYBIRD (see our earlier story), our very own Ravi Krishnaswami has just put out his first full length record, Gemini, on Off Atlas Records, who describe the album as “A seamless blend of modern indie-pop, 80s new wave, and searching folk, crafted with a composer’s precision, while retaining the ‘fluidity of line’ found in stream-of-consciousness art music.”
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