Category: Soundscapes & Sound Installations

Robots: The Making of an Algorithmic Soundscape

Much of what we think of as ‘musical’ nowadays is the result of the feedback between musicians and instrument makers. The piano is an embodiment of both a mathematical and physical solution to the concept of musical harmony.. The piano’s mechanism also invites us to consider the possibility that something other than human fingers might also play it.

If you want to find out more about Will and Sam’s inspirations and ideas behind the algorithmic soundscape check out their piece on the Science Museum Blog.

The Sound of Protest – ‘People Power: Fighting for Peace’ Exhibition Soundscape

We were commissioned to create an immersive 24 speaker soundscape for the latest Imperial War Museum London exhibition People Power: Fighting For Peace. Each zone of the exhibition is dedicated to a different era of the anti-war movement, spanning from WW1 to the present day, and our brief was to recreate the sounds of protest particular to each period. It was great to return to the IWM after working on their permanent First World War galleries, which opened 2015.

“I can’t wait to work with them again. They really took our gallery to a new level with their high quality work.” – Philip Clevberger, Digital Media Developer, IWM London
“they did a brilliant job with the soundscape. It works perfectly within the space and achieves everything we wanted it to in complimenting the exhibition content and enhancing the visitor experience” – Rawiya Jenkins, Exhibitions Manager, IWM London
★★★★ – “there’s an infinite number of very real stories to be told – and that’s where the IWM really get things right… the human dimension to this exhibition is what lends it such power”. – Time Out
★★★★ ‘A moving, nuanced look at the anti-war movement across the decades’ – Telegraph

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Making CHORUS with Matthew Herbert

We were commissioned to interpret Matthew Herbert’s creative response to the Wellcome Collection’s This is A Voice brief to investigate the spectrum of the human voice.

Matthew Herbert’s CHORUS is an installation piece in which visitors record their voice, their recording then joins a larger chorus comprised of previous visitors’ recordings. Each day the chorus grows as more visitors contribute to it. Approximately 20,000 people participated in the London leg of the project.

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Meet The Team

From left to right, Tanya Auclair, Will Worsley and Sam Britton make up the core team at Coda to Coda, they are often ably assisted by freelance composers, sound designers and mix engineers Steve Bond, Aaron May & Joe Richardson.

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Hire Our Studios

Looking for sound studios to hire?

We have four dedicated recording studios in Hoxton, suitable for a wide range of audio production and recording functions with access to an extensive collection of instruments and microphones.

Download full info and specifications here: Coda to Coda_Studio Hire Brochure 2017.

If you’d like to chat through your project needs and book a studio, call us on 0207 978 7788 any time 9.30am-5.30pm.

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