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Vaudeville Sound Group expands creative team and forges new department dedicated to immersive spatial sound production and development

Vaudeville Sound Group expands creative team and forges new department dedicated to immersive spatial sound production and development

Multi-award-winning international audio post-production group Vaudeville Sound Group has announced a lucrative expansion, establishing a new department that will focus entirely on developing and producing best-in-industry immersive spatial audio – the next generation of innovative sound. Already pioneers in the industry, having been among the first to dive into the ambisonic space for TV and film, Vaudeville will broaden its development and production capabilities by identifying natural sounds and creating synthetic audio for its diverse clientele, including a soon-to-be announced global tech company.

Managing Partner Mirko Vogel and Business Development Manager Rob Calder will oversee the cutting-edge division, based in the company’s Vancouver headquarters, and have brought on 10 new employees who will report directly to them including project and development lead, project producer, project coordinator, two lead sound designers, two lead field recordists, two editors, and a re-recording mixer.

“With this new expansion, we’re at the forefront of spatial audio to provide a fully engaging, multi-dimensional sound experience for audiences,” says Daniel Jones, CEO & Founder of Vaudeville Sound Group. “The growth of our team is a testament to our talented colleagues who bring the exciting world of sound design and mixing to ambitious next levels – not just for the entertainment industry, but for branding and retail, healthcare, wellness and beyond.”

In addition to this news, Vaudeville made additional full-time hires across its Canadian, UK and US offices, nabbing 2021 CAS Award-nominated ADR mixer Miguel Araujo (Canada), ADR and Re-recording Mixer Joe Waters (UK) and ADR Mixer and Sound Designer Emmalyn Meyers (USA), along with coordinators, Lois Green (UK), Natalie Lane (USA) and Hannah Gorton (Canada). With facilities in London, Los Angeles, Brighton and Vancouver, the company has strong, long-standing relationships with Amazon Studios, Warner Brothers and Netflix with recent credits that include Peacemaker (HBO Max), Emmy Award-winning Lovecraft Country (HBO), NAACP Image Award-winning The Old Guard (Netflix), Flora & Ulysses (Disney+), Golden Reel Award-nominated Snowpiercer (Netflix) and the Emmy Award-nominated Circus of Books (Netflix).


About Vaudeville Sound Group
Founded in 1996, Vaudeville Sound is a multi-award-winning group working across unscripted and scripted programs for SVOD, TVOD and AVOD platforms and broadcast, as well as commercials, film and immersive sound. Its reputation for exceptional quality, attention to detail, fast turnaround as well as reliable post-production supervision has created a level of trust with production companies, agencies, networks and platforms that has allowed the company to expand its reach from London to key North American markets in Los Angeles and Vancouver.

Awards & Nominated Work
BAFTA, Emmys, International Emmys, RTS, LIA, Clio, British Arrows, Cannes Lions, New York Festival, D&AD, Grammy's, ARIA and Leo Awards

Vaudeville Services
Creative Final Mixing, Sound Design and Delivery | Dolby Atmos/5.1 --All audio formats | Recording and editing for voice over | ADR Recording (in-house or via Source Connect) | 3D Immersive Mixing and mastering for Ambisonic | Virtual Reality | Augmented Reality

Rob Calder
Vaudeville Sound Group
Business Development