Music + Sound Awards 2014 winners announced

Music-and-Sound-Awards-2014John Lunn, Graham Hadfield and Garry Schyman were among the composers and sound designers to win at the Music + Sound Awards 2014.

The composers received prizes for their work on Downtown Abbey, short film Orbit Ever After and video game Bioshock Infinite respectively.

Nick Payne, co-founder, said: ‘It was months in the planning and the Music + Sound Awards 2014 was truly a night to remember.

‘The work entered this year was of a very high standard and seeing the winners rewarded for their brilliance was a phenomenal thing to be part of. We congratulate them for their outstanding achievements and for inspiring the visual media industries with their exceptional work.’

The full list of winners for the 2014 event is below;

Best composition

Best original composition: television programme score bbc tv
The Paradise series two (Maurizio Malagnini / blaze music)

Best original composition: short film score
Orbit Ever After (Graham Hadfield)

Best original composition: trailers + promos
The Condemned (Smith and Elms at eclectic music)

Best original composition: branding + title sequences
Downton Abbey series four (John Lunn / carnival film & television)

Best original composition: televison advertising
Marks and Spencer; Believe in Magic and Sparkle (RKCRY&R / Native / Guy Farley)

Best original composition: cinema advertising
Vodafone 4G Lost in content (The Works Music/RKCRY&R)

Best original composition: gaming
Bioshock Infinite (composer: Garry Schyman)

Best original composition: non-broadcast + viral advertising
Volkswagen Play the Road (Underworld/Nick Ryan/Tribal DDB)

Best original composition: use of production music in advertising
The Outnet fall/winter 2013 (De Wolfe Music/Atelier)

Best sound design:

Best sound design: television programme
Misfits Series 4 (Tony Gibson/Molinare /Clerkenwell Films)

Best sound design: short film
Post Personal (David Kamp)

Best sound design: trailers + promos
Skins – Time Changes Everyone (Arge at Envy Post /4creative)

Best sound design: television advertising
Honda Hands (Anthony Moore at Factory / Weiden & Kennedy)

Best sound design: cinema advertising
London Short Film Festival trailer (Phil Bolland at 750mph / Ben Campbell at Cut & Run)

Best sound design: non broadcast + viral advertising
Audi R8 V10 Plus Evolution on the outside, Revolution on the inside (Will Cohen at String and Tins/BBH)

Best audio mix in a commercial
Honda Hands (Anthony Moore at Factory/Wieden + Kennedy)

Best sound design: gaming
The Last Of Us (Sony Computer Entertainment)

Best audio production in gaming
The Last Of Us (Sony Computer Entertainment)

Best sync/use of existing music

Best sync/use of existing music: feature film soundtrack
Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (Ian Neil/Universal Music Publishing)

The Universal Publishing production music award for best sync in a trailer or promo
Broadchurch launch trailer (Warner music/ITV)

Best sync/use of existing music: television advertising
Three pony (Universal Music Publishing/Warner Music/Wieden + Kennedy)

Best sync/use of existing music: cinema advertising
Mercedes Sound with Power (Ithaca Audio/AMV BBDO)

Best sync/use of existing music: re-records + adaptations
John Lewis The bear and the hare (Leland Music/Warner Music/Adam&EVEDDB)

Best sync / use of existing music: non broadcast + viral advertising
Mercedes Sound with power’ (Ithaca Audio/AMV BBDO)

Visit www.masawards.com/uk for more information on the awards.