Award winning composer/music producer Ben Rosen expands music and sound company The Voodoo Hack Sound into South East Asia
Now expanding into South East Asia, The Voodoo Hack Sound is the brainchild of award winning music producer/creative director Ben Rosen who has put together the ‘dream squad’ of executive producer Jess Bonney (AUS) and sync and licensing guru Drew Sherrod (USA).
Relocating to Sydney in late 2019 Rosen used the lockdown period to launch his new venture with a more global approach to audio branding. The Voodoo Hack Sound has a multi faceted portfolio, creating music and sound for local and global brands, Hollywood movie trailers and globally syndicated TV shows. Brands include Hyundai, OCBC, McDonalds and Samsung. Hollywood trailers and TV shows include soon to be released FOX blockbuster series “Monarch”, The Predator, Jack Ryan and Netflix hard hitter ‘Triple Frontier’, Lucifer and How To Get Away With Murder.
Rosen says: “I’ve been working with Drew in Hollywood for years so it’s been great to bring him on board for the new venture and moving back to Sydney after 18 years in Singapore and connecting with Jess has been a dream in making this become a reality.
“One of our regular clients in Asia is the brilliant Directors Think Tank who have offices in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. They’ve been doing some great work with their roster of directors, that includes clients such as Carsome, Etiqa, McDonalds and Toyota.”
Stephen Douglas, Executive Director, Directors Think Tank, says: “We love working with Ben and his talented team. They simply just get it! Quite often, our jobs have a very tight deadline and require something a ‘little bit special’, Ben and his team are ‘on-point’ with both.”
Sherrod says: “For over 15 years, I have been partnered with Ben on domestic and international projects from every major film studio, as well as major record labels, publishing companies, marketing firms. Our success can be seen and heard all over the world. This partnership gives me the competitive edge I need to stay in front of a vast and fast moving market.”