Brooklyn-based group, the Emmanuel Baptist Church choir teamed up with local group Siyaya for a few days of collaborative recording. The American group brought out a keyboard-player, drummer, saxophonist, trumpeter and around twenty singers, under the guidance of Pastor Frank Haye. Cape Town group Siyaya, lead by choir-master Bongani Magatyana, added more singers, a marimba, […]
Radio specialist Herman Tefo produced a series of 18 radio advertisements for the National Energy Saving Campaign, in a mammoth week-long session which saw more than fifty voice-overs spread over 9 languages, South & North Sotho, Setswana, Venda, Ndebele, Siswati, Zulu, Xhosa and Xitsonga.
Murray Anderson and Warrick Sony collaborated with ex-Moodphase5 rapper Denver Turner, to write the new opening and closing title sequence music for the Penguin Films TV series “Khululeka”, as well as providing the music for several scenes in the series. Denver Turner also coached the actors in the fine art of rapping, to give the […]
Warrick Sony worked with director Akin Omotoso, to complete the sound design and final mix for Akin’s experimental film “Jesus and the Giant”. The film, written by Aryan Kaganoff, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2008 – see http://www.tiff08.ca/filmsandschedules/films/jesusandthegiant – and is shot entirely (save for the last shot of the film) […]
Warrick Sony designed the sound and researched music for “Cissie” a biographical play about the life of Cissie Gool, directed by Nadia Davids. He went to the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown to set up the technical side, and “Cissie”, starring Rehane Abrahams, went on to play to rave reviews at the Baxter Theatre in […]
Marion Edmonds brought the ANC Women’s League Veteran choir to Milestone to record a collection of struggle songs for use in a documentary about the 1956 Women’s march. It was an emotional reunion for many of the women, who had not seen each other for years, and the tears rolled when the choir sang some […]
Warrick Sony and Murray Anderson wrote and recorded the music for Penguin Films’ Emmy-nominated series “Home Affairs”. Now in its third series, “Home Affairs” has attracted local and international acclaim for its sensitive portrayal of the lives of a disparate group of South African women. See http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0989255/ for more information.
Milestone was given the challenging task of recording all the backing music used in Disney’s “High School Musical” TV series. Over a period of 8 weeks, the many hopeful contestants who dreamed of landing the roles of Troy or Gabriella in the upcoming stage show were eliminated. In the final week, three boys and three […]
Shot, directed and written by Darrell Roodt, the film follows the life of a young woman who leaves the punishing poverty of her homeland to make money in Johannesburg. Extraordinary performances from first time actors who even managed to ADR huge chunks of the film like professionals!
Good budget audio job which allowed much serious detailed sound design to fit the movie, which was shot entirely on Sony Ericsson Cellphones. Directed by Aryan Kaganof.