audioEngine|west rocks the ADDYS: Bringing Home Three Gold, Seven Silver, and Four Bronze
audioEngine|west Mixer Bob Giammarco, and Composer Jason Camiolo had a large presence at this year's Tucson and Phoenix ADDY Awards, winning 14 and eight metals respectively. Cable One's DollHouse, and Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau's Capture both brought home Gold Awards in Phoenix. The Muscular Dystrophy Association campaign Make a Muscle, Make a Difference, via EB Lane, garnered a Gold ADDY Award, in addition to two Bronze and two Silver Awards, at the recent Tucson show.
On the collaboration with audioEngine and the EB Lane creative team, President & CEO of the Muscular Dystrophy Assciation Gerald C. Weinberg raved, "Our partnership with you is one of the most valuable we've ever formed. Congratulations to you and our other good EB Lane friends who share credit for the ADDY recognition, which only whets our appetite for your next creative endeavor in MDA's behalf."
The 30th Annual Tucson ADDY Awards were held on February 19, 2011. Phoenix ADDY winners were announced March 7th, 2011. For a complete list of winners, visit AAF Tucson or AAF Metro Phoenix.
audioEngine participated in the creation of the following ADDY Award-winning spots:
Gold ADDYs -
MDA Make a Muscle, Make a Difference
Cable One Dollhouse
Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau Capture
Silver ADDYs -
MidFirst Bank Kite - The only award in Phoenix for original score
MidFirst Bank Chair
MidFirst Bank Tomato
MidFirst Bank Coach
Bronze ADDYs -
Cable One Satellite Surprise
Moses Anshell Arizona Office of Tourism
Cramer-Krasselt Tacoma Call
About audioEngine:Since opening its flagship facility in New York City in 2001, followed by audioEngine West in Phoenix in 2004, audioEngine has earned its reputation as a leader in the audio postproduction market. The magic formula for this success - the ability to deliver a full range of superlative creative services to the advertising, broadcast, and film industries. Featuring eight show place mixing rooms, and an all-star roster of award-winning mixers, sound designers, and composers, audioEngine prides itself on delivering topnotch creative audio in a relaxed and efficient client-centric atmosphere. The flagship facility at 817 Broadway in New York City spans two floors totaling a generous 12,000 square feet of studio space and six studios. Capabilities include mixing for all Dolby formats, complete radio production, custom music, and sound design. audioEngine is led by partners Bob Giammarco, Tom Goldblatt, Rex Recker, and Brian Wick. The roster of mixer/sound designers features Rob DiFondi, Kelly Harnett, Carl Mandelbaum and composer Jason Camiolo.
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