Eyes on Sound reflects a sonic culture buried deep beneath the visible exterior of New England’s most musical city. From smokey basement shows in the most mysterious nooks and cranny’s of our infinite urban playground, to the liberty of a guitar, a backpack, and a group of individuals lost in the Green Mountains of the great Northeast, we have not just seen it all - we are still living it. We’ve starved on the road, and now we’re starving for purpose. Passion is the only thing that drives our well being. We’re looking for film makers, creatives and producers who dare to say the same. We’re looking for chance. We’re searching for you.
After a summer internship at Butter Music and Sound in New York City, Jack had a spark inside him to disrupt the music post-production industry. As the lead guitarist, producer, engineer and co-writer of the band Dead Poet Society, Jack has witnessed the storybook side of the music industry. The band has recently seen significant viral success online, racking up over 100,000 organic YouTube views on their latest music video in the past several months. Currently his focus is creating music with a purpose and developing his own sonic presence in media and film. However, he continues to spend most of his days yelling at Pro Tools and trying to distinguish between which type of guitar amp simulator plugin to use.
Raised just outside of the nation’s capital in Annapolis, Maryland, Rob grew up in the heart of the progressive metal and recently popularized djent scene in hardcore music. As a multi-instrumentalist, Rob has been a session musician for multiple indie and pop rock groups, and has performed live in styles ranging from math rock to traditional classical. While studying film scoring at The Berklee College of Music in Boston, Rob honed his miscellaneous vocabulary of musical elements into a well-developed and sophisticated art form that seamlessly blends motion picture with original music. Rob also has an unfiltered obsession with discovering the latest sub-genres in any particular style of music, leading to frequent eye-rolling in the workspace.
From the age of eight, Manuel has been composing music. Born and raised in Madrid, Spain, he brings the culture to the company. At the age of twelve, he was featured on a number of CD’s by Disney, and was able to afford his first computer and midi keyboard. Later studying classical piano with Armenian master Serouj Kradjian, Manuel adapted his skills to virtually every musical genre, ranging from latin, flamenco to pop and jazz. He has studied with a variety of notable artists, including Daniel Vega and Angel Huidobro. After studying at the Berklee College of Music as a film scoring major, Manuel composed for a variety of media and film, including a variety of documentaries, films and commercials.