"Working with Christopher and Jacob surpasses the benchmark of beautiful and professionally crafted music, sound design, and mixing. Collaborating in tandem, they blend music and sound together to form a fluid and seamless soundscape. This rare ability produced a result which became integral to my vision, and injected an even deeper, more powerful meaning into my film. They are the definition of artist."
Director of “Artifice”, “In The Belly Of The Whale"
“Christopher Doucet has written several orchestral arrangements for me and for Air Supply. It is his epic original sound that I love so much, I always know he will give the masterpiece treatment to our music.....”
Songwriter and producer for Air Supply since 1975
"Jacob's work on "Creatures of Whitechapel" was more than I could have asked for. He went above and beyond in delivering a truly cinematic sound, that built worlds, story, and intrigue. He took our good film and made it great. I would work with Jacob again in a heartbeat, and recommend you do too."
Director of “Creatures of Whitechapel”
“We had the privilege of being recommended to Jake for sound design. In our initial conversation, Jake recommended Chris as a composer, and pointed out that their studios were in the same building. It was the best two recommendations I’ve ever taken.
It was an ideal set up for a low budget post production process that allowed us to make one visit and collaborate with both, in real time. They also streamlined the process by being familiar with each other’s workflows. Files and ideas could be shared in seconds, and materialized in minutes. The collaboration between the two was one of the biggest assets in our post production process. They understood the ideas we had and were able to tell a wonderful story in their respective art forms.
Looking back on the post experience, I cannot imagine going through post with multiple studios to visit. We spent countless hours watching, listening and tweaking. If we would have had to drive to another studio at 3 in the morning to go watch a cue, I don’t think I could have done it.
At Strawberry Sound, we had to merely walk twenty feet. Each are incredibly gifted in their own field. Their experience and knowledge was constantly valuable not only in the creative aspect, but as the dead-lines approached. They worked tirelessly to make a contribution that we could all be proud of and in a timely manner. We All Fall Down had a rollercoaster of moments and emotions that were crucial to the story, and Jake and Chris nailed them all. I look forward to the next project that they can help bring to life."
Director of “We All Fall Down”, “The Appearance”