At the helm of Adwise Music is an award-winning producer who's often featured globally in TV, Film, Video Games, Animation projects, and branding campaigns in the US/EU/Asia markets. Clients include Sony Pictures, Lionsgate, Lexus, Pepsi, Burger King, Oakley, Forever21, Delta Air, Chrysler, Verizon, Microsoft, Intel, ASUS, FOX, NBC, ESPN Films, ABC Family, and more. With a diverse catalog of trendy Electronic, Dance, Rock, Pop, and Dramatic scores, Adwise Music has created or collaborated on 200 remixes for James Brown, Diana Ross, Chic, Simon LeBon, and many other icons.
Adwise Music participated in Panasonic's exciting global branding movie "Experience Color," which won "The Finalist Award" in New York Festivals, as well as the 2007 "Silver Prize" for the Tokyo Interactive Ad Awards. In July 2012, Adwise Music's work was included on the first footage reel of 2013 movie "Elysium" (starring: Matt Damon, Jodie Foster. dir: Neill Blomkamp "District9″).
Other Adwise Music clients include Wilson Sports, Uniqlo, Skechers, Nordstrom, Quiksilver, Burton, De Beers, Cartier, Vivienne Westwood, G-Star, Cisco Systems, Bain & Company, Coloplast, Panasonic, Sony Playstation, Oprah Winfrey Network, MTV, Discovery Channel, History Channel, Bravo TV, DirecTV, TLC, CW, A+E Networks, CTV, Sundance Channel, National Geographic, SEGA, Konami, Mitsubishi Motors, NHK, NTV, TBS, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Tennis Australia, Universal Music, EMI Music, Avex Entertainemnt, Sony Music Entertainemnt, Warner Music, Victor Entertainment, Columbia Records, etc.
Adwise Music has created remixes and collaborations with numerous iconic A-Listers, including Ron Sexsmith, Serge Gainsbourg, Dune, Hotei, etc.
Funky, fat, and dynamic rock drum breakbeat sequence including several patterns and fills. All parts are originally programmed and it sounds like a real drummer's performance. Ala Led Zeppelin (John Bonham, Bonzo), Aerosmith, AC/DC, etc. There are 3 variations (Compression, Reverb). Drums,
Rhythmic loop consisting of noises & hits which captured cassette tape and deck actions (such as sounds of opening/closing tray, fast-forward/rewind, insert/eject, etc). All materials were actually recorded with a stereo microphone, and carefully arranged to construct a "groove". Multi-Sample, Dance