After being captivated by the brilliant Ford vs Ferrari movie we are elated to be asked to score the music and create sound design for the reveal of the all new Ford GT Heritage. Making [...]
We've been heavily involved with the multiple award winning music creation software Scaler 2. Davide, Josh, James and Shaun have been creating bespoke content and guiding the feature set for the hugely popular software. Apart [...]
Working with our friends at PUSH Collective to design a new sonic logo for HCF was a pleasure. HCF needed something human and tender whilst being distinctive and memorable. Creating a nemonic is never easy [...]
We were delighted to be asked to add to the prestige that is a beautiful family owned Georgian home in country Northern Ireland. Given the heritage and exclusivity of the venue it was clear that [...]
We were very honoured to be working on the 2019 Toyota AFL Finals Series promotional video ‘Don’t Believe in Never’ and given that we are all avid footy fans here in the studio it was [...]
We recently worked on a unique and exciting project featuring world-renowned stunt driver, and professional racing legend, Ken Block. The project was for a Ford Focus product launch, and was a live-action stage performance featuring [...]
Video games are becoming increasingly immersive. We have seen the introduction of VR into living rooms and this has brought about a new generation of gaming, with the impact spilling over into non-VR games as [...]
Samplify recently had the opportunity to work on the fast-paced arcade platformer Damsel. Developed by Brisbane based developers Screwtape Studios, Damsel is set in a dark cartoon world where you play as a government agent saving the world from well-dressed corporate vampires.
We recently tapped into our inner spy fantasies here at samplify, taking the plunge into the secretive world of espionage on a five minute, long-form commercial for luggage maker Tumi and their new "Latitude" series.
S:amplify have created the musical identity for the long-running ABC radio program ‘Life Matters'. The ABC required something modern that wouldn’t alienate their current listener base but would draw the attention of a younger demographic to add to their wide-reaching audience.