Music, Sound Design + Post For Media
Music, Sound Design + Post For Media + Games
Media is rapidly evolving. It can be cheap and easy to get music and sound. But will it stand out? Will it win awards? Will it break ground?
COPILOT exists to help you answer that question with a resounding YES.
We have spent the last decade breaking new ground, winning awards, and becoming the secret weapon within our clients’ most ambitious projects. From creating an alternate history record label for a video game, to bringing sound to an iconic candy brand, our work spans genres, strategies and industries.
Our secret is simple: we do not stop asking questions until we completely understand your vision. Then we do not stop working until it’s realized. Our work speaks for itself, but we really like to speak too, so give us a ring or drop us a line.
We’ve been behind the scenes for a while bringing the sonic world of the Fruit Gang to life. Read more at candyindustry.com about how this incredibly fun creative campaign has revitalized the brand and been recognized by industry peers.Read more…
Bethesda and COPILOT recently spoke to Variety about the song’s success, which has included some time in the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot 50 Country charts.
We really enjoyed bringing to life the vision of Bethesda Game Studios’ Todd Howard and Mark Lampert, merging John Denver’s classic “Take Me Home, Country Roads” with the vocal approach of The Inkspots. Finding Spank Live on the streets of NYC and putting together an all-star band (including Hamilton Broadway’s bassist!) were probably the funnest parts of the musical journey.
The song was used in the stunning official trailer for Fallout 76, which is set in West Virginia, and released on July 4th with all of Bethesda’s proceeds benefiting Habitat For Humanity. Grab a download, support a good cause and let us know what you think!
COPILOT was honored to take home Best Original Music at the AICE Awards in Los Angeles this month. This iconic and unforgettable advertising campaign has inspired countless little girls, and we were thrilled to be able to contribute a delicate chamber string score by composer Naren Rauch.
Video after the jump.