ABS accreditation committee 2017

Welcome the new accreditation committee of the Audio Branding Society for 2017:

  • Juan Corrales (Flyabit, Spain)
  • Julian Treasure (The Sound Agency, UK)
  • Wilbert Hirsch (audio consulting group, Germany)

Accreditation Procedure
Only audio branding agencies can be accredited for society membership. The admission criteria for the peer-reviewed accreditation of Society members are strict and rigorous and therefore authenticate members’ expertise.
The Audio Branding Society fulfills its function as an excellent branch overview and provides companies with the opportunity to search for suitable audio branding agencies by different selection criteria.

 

Benefits for Members

  • After successful accreditation, society members are allowed to use the society badge in their communication activities.
  • Accreditation authenticates members’ expertise and is a competitive edge over non-members.
  • Agency profiles of society members are published in the publicly accessible member database and in the Audio Branding Yearbook.
  • Membership qualifies agencies for participation in the annual Audio Branding Summits where industry internal topics are discussed.

Learn more about the Audio Branding Society here

Welcome ABS member: Department of Noise

We are pleased to welcome a new member of the Audio Branding Society:

Department of Noise is an agency for audiovisual brand management and music production in Zurich. They help brands and artists to design and maintain their auditory identity. They believe in strong ideas, the courage to innovate and the impact of an authentic and strong personality in all areas of their work.
Learn more about Department of Noise here.

Welcome ABS member: Lexter Ljuddesign

We are pleased to welcome a new member of the Audio Branding Society:

Lexter provides comprehensive audio branding through sound design in public environments and commercial media such as TV, radio and digital media. We create sound concepts, sound productions, choose and install the technology and administer the system, often through our own software platform Lexter Sounds System.
Learn more about Lexter here.

Workshops at Reeperbahn Festival 2016

On Wednesday 21st, the Reeperbahn Festival 2016 opens its doors. It is considered one of the worldwide most important meeting points in the music scene. The Audio Branding Academy in cooperation with the Reeperbahn Festival organizes four workshops around the topics basics of audio branding, copyright and trademark law, sound of electro mobility and product sounds of the future.

Get your workshop ticket here.

 

Panel “Brand Sound Follows Function”

At Academy Day 2016 on September 21st, the Audio Branding Academy in cooperation with the Reeperbahn Festival organizes four workshops around the topics basics of audio branding, copyright and trademark law, sound of electro mobility and product sounds of the future.

On September 22nd at the panel Brand Sound Follows Function the workshops speakers Markus Bodden, Reinher Karl and Cornelius Ringe will discuss the impact of digitalization and latest technological developments on brand sound design. They will answer questions like “What could be the new strategies and which expertise is required to face the sonic future?”

The panel will be moderated by Prof. Thomas Görne, Professor for Audio Design and Audio Systems at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences.

 

Time & place:
September 22, 2016
3:00 pm – 4:45 pm
In Suite 716 in Arcotel Onyx Hotel, Reeperbahn 1, 20359 Hamburg

Welcome ABS member: MassiveMusic

We are pleased to welcome a new member of the Audio Branding Society:

MassiveMusic is a music agency with offices in Amsterdam, London, New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai. They believe in the social value of music – and how this transforms the way people connect and interact with brands. MassiveMusic develops music strategies for global brands, provide music search and licensing services, create innovative music activations and scout new talent.
Learn more about MassiveMusic