Hugmonster Six-month update!
Well, Hugmonster Sound is 6 months old, and we've been very busy! Some of the work has surprised us, some of it is just what we set out to do, and some of it is a dream come true.
If you're new here, allow me to introduce you!
Started last fall here in STL, Hugmonster Sound is a full-service sound and music production team; we give your project Sonic Hugs so that you Love The Way You Sound! We've designed sound for web videos, apps, and spots; shorts, series, and feature film; interactive, installations, and events. If you’re entertaining or educating human beings, we can help your project sound great! Most importantly, we want everyone in St Louis to love the way they sound, so we work with projects of any size or budget.
Here are some highlights of our first six months:
:: We are the sound and music producer for the two largest interactive exhibits at the National Blues Museum set to open this fall. We’ve been writing, recording, and editing for some amazing interactive experiences in collaboration with Gallagher and Associates.
:: We’ve been recording podcasts for the Treehouse Lifestyle Network, Jess Leitch, and more; not to mention developing and launching three brand new podcasts for STL Vernacular, St Louis’ new podcast network.
:: We wrote original music and provided sweetening and sound design on web videos and spots for Scaryman Studios, Pounds Media, Yellow Brick Creative, and Eventuro.
:: We produced short, first-person soundscapes for the new interactive exhibit at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site in South County.
:: We produced the sound environment and music for Mayor Slay’s 60th birthday party at the new Bissinger’s event space downtown.
If you didn't attend the Mayor's party and can’t time travel to the Blues Museum opening this fall, check out our reel to see samples of the rest of this work.
If you have any needs for sound design, original music, or sweetening, don't over think it. Just call 314-896-1484 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today and give your project the Sonic Hug it deserves.