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A Guide To Sonic Branding

What does your brand SOUND like?

When most people are asked to think of memorable brands, they ‘see’ the logo, the colours, images and even think of the slogans that are associated with them. 507 more words

Happiness gets a little intense with Coke

When it comes to audio branding there isn’t much that Coke has not excelled at. From its multicultural anthem about buying the world some fizzy pop through its omnipotent open happiness, the vegetable flavoured soda pop has long understood the power of music to sell. 168 more words


is your brand making sense?

Brands are everywhere.

With the advent of transmedia, the battle for consumer attention is more than a fight for recognition and recall. Engagement has become the new parlance of brand design, driven by research demonstrating that successful consumer engagement doesn’t just change the way people think and feel: it shapes their behavior and changes the way they buy. 741 more words

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20 Years and #StillIndie

What a long strange trip it’s been.

As you can guess from my last name, I’ve been around Stephen Arnold Music for quite a long time. 390 more words

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Introducing Waking Up My Day - Local Morning Image Campaign

We are excited to announce the release of “Waking Up My Day”, our new morning show image campaign: a fully produced, cost-effective marketing package for morning promotions sure to make an emotional connection with viewers. 92 more words

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Stephen Arnold Music Celebrates a Sweet-Sounding 2014 with Projects for CCTV International, Golf Channel Ryder Cup, Golf Films, ESPN Deportes, CNN and Much More

The Leaders in Sonic Branding Have Momentum Heading into 2015 with Diversifying Portfolio, Plus Successful Launch of Sam2 Media Artists

DALLAS – January 20, 2015: Stephen Arnold Music ( 683 more words

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Sonic Branding: the sound of Creative Services Display and Exhibitions Ltd

In this first post I would like to introduce the concept of my Final Project at Uni, which consisted in developing a Corporate Sound for the Unique Sound Signature and Corporate Music of a company based in Acton (London) called… 336 more words