Sound Mix by Jeremiah Moore Documentary by Robert Arnold about Mark Applebaum’s Metaphysics of Notation. Available on DVD at: innova.mu/artist1.asp?skuID=436
Sound Design & Mix: JEREMIAH MOORE Music: JESSE CLARK Client: OMADA HEALTH Director: LAUREN FUNDORA Production: OMADA
Sound Design & Mix: JEREMIAH MOORE Client: ATHLETICS CANADA Creative: MAKU
Sound Design and mix for a sound-centric spot about the value of cultivating mindfulness (via calm.com)
Sound Design: JEREMIAH MOORE Mix: JEREMIAH MOORE Client: ADOBE Production Company: STUDIO B FILMS
Sound Design: JEREMIAH MOORE Animation: Studio AKA Creative Directors: BRAD MANCUSO, URS ROSS, JOLA HYEK Art Direction: MARK BUTORAC Producer: TOM HILLEBRAND, LAURALE WUNSCH Agency: ORGANIC THE METH PROJECT (methproject.org) is a large-scale US prevention program aimed at reducing first-time Methamphetamine use, particularly among teenagers. ~ Sound design and mix for six disturbing and uncompromising short animated films, each originating …
The Lee and Donny videos take us behind-the-scenes with two of the lizards from Sobe Lifewater’s ‘Thrillicious’ Superbowl ad. This video racked up 1.5 Million youtube views in two days. Director: Ian Kovalik Writer: Andre Ricciardi Agency: Arnell Client: Sobe Lifewater
Sound design and original music for a retro style video game preview for OnLive cloud gaming service. Custom sounds composed with FM synthesis. Director: Eric Peltier Producer: Robin Fontaine.
Organic produced this series of videos for Intel, illustrating the key features of their flagship line of processors. Key elements of the hoverboard sound were performed on my venerable Roland Jupiter 6. The sound direction was "handmade but high tech. A little quirky, a little "processed" sounding. Sound design, music editing and mix provided by Jeremiah Moore Sound. Client: Intel …
Sound Designer: Jim McKee Re-Recording Mixer: Jeremiah Moore Mix: Dolby LtRt / original in discrete 5.1 surround Sanctuary in the Sea: A Gulf of the Farallones Experience. Directed by Robert Talbot. This film showed every half hour in the Forum Theater at the California Academy of Sciences. Sound note: this film was shot 95% MOS.