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April 2010, Advertising, Music
April 2010, Blog

Australian film and television institution, Robert Coleby, spent a day in the Wild Blue Music studio with Phil and Dave, working on the ADR for Bad Behaviour. In Bad Behaviour, Robert shares the screen with John Jarratt who was also in last week working his magic! (see blog post below)

Making magicDavid Gaylard, Robert Coleby, Phil Hagstrom, Joseph Sims & Craig Kocinski

David Gaylard, Robert Coleby, Phil Hagstrom, Joseph Sims & Craig Kocinski

Robert was a true professional – totally dedicated to the film and the work they had to undertake. We look forward to having you in the studio again soon!

April 2010, Blog

We had the pleasure of having Australian TV and film legend, John Jarratt, in the studio today working on his brand new feature film, Bad Behaviour. Wild Blue Music is dong the audio post for the project, which we’re looking forward to seeing at the Melbourne International Film Festival in a few weeks time. 

 

John Jarratt at Wild Blue Music working on his new feature film, Bad Behaviour

John Jarratt at Wild Blue Music working on his new feature film, Bad Behaviour

 

Ashton and Phil, of Wild Blue Music, working with John Jarratt

Ashton and Phil, of Wild Blue Music, working with John Jarratt

 It was an absolute pleasure working with you, John!

April 2010, Blog

Happy Birthday to Phil who turned 28 this week. Phil celebrated by taking the morning off to jump out of a plane at 14,000 feet.

We’re glad you made it back to work safely!

 

Phil

Phil's Birthday Cake

 

Phil turns the big 28!

Phil turns the big 28!

PS. Yes, those flames are made out of paper. Apparently no one carries a lighter anymore!

April 2010, Blog

One of the best things about having the video and audio production facilities here at Wild Blue Music is that every now and then we get the chance to be part of something really special, something that has a great effect on all of us.

When Mission Australia approached us a few weeks ago with an exciting community project, we were keen as mustard to get on board. One of the members of their Inala-based, multi-cultural ‘Pathways to Prevention’ choir had written an inspirational song, which Mission Australia wanted to record and share with the world.

 One of our composers, producers and all-round nice guy Phil, accompanied the choir to the Oxley Uniting Church where the singing and recording took place. It was a great experience for Phil whose professional expertise made him the perfect guy for the job.

Phil from Wild Blue Music recording the 'Pathways to Prevention' choir

Phil from Wild Blue Music recording the ‘Pathways to Prevention’ choir

The recording can now be found on the Mission Australia website, blog and Facebook page.

As Alibi Projects, Khemistry and Wild Blue Music are strategic partners of Mission Australia, we were honoured to be involved in this project and look forward to working with them again throughout 2010.