| IK Multimedia / Sonic Reality Hits Cable Television -
Original score for four television shows using IK software air on The History Channel
The History Channel, an internationally known cable television station
offering programming related to historical events and people, will be
airing programming with musical scores featuring IK Multimedia products.
Easter Sunday, April 8th at 9pm EST, tune in to The History Channel for
"Banned From The Bible II" and hear an original score by Jason Camiolo
using sounds from SampleTank 2, Sonik Synth 2, and Miroslav Philharmonik.
AudioEngine|west, an audio production company with high-profile clients
such as American Express, Coca Cola, AOL, and BMW, worked on all of the
audio post-production, featuring sound design by Aaron Casey, mixing by
Bob Giammarco, and original music score recorded and composed by Jason
Check out an encore presentaion of "Banned From The Bible II" on Sunday, May 13th.
Jason, composer at audioEngine, turns to IK for all of his creative endeavors. Jason exclaims, "I've been using IK software for everything I do!"
April 1st, catch encore presentations of some of audioEngine's previous
works, "The Ten Commandments," "The Real Sorcerer's Stone," and "The
Templar Code" which also include original music scores using IK
software. You can check out the intro videos of these programs to the
right. All the realistic sounds you hear in the video clips are IK
Multimedia sounds at work.
Check out an encore presetations of "The Templar Code" on May 19th and 20th to hear IK sounds at work.
Check your local listings for The History Channel details and program times or click here to visit The History Channel web site for more information.
Jason Camiolo Bio:
Camiolo is an accomplished musician whose credits include drummer of
the Platinum Award-winning rock band Fuzzbubble, (formerly Bad
Boy/Arista Records) as well as composer of Addy, Telly and Emmy
award-winning commercial spots, independent films and documentaries.
Not only is Jason an experienced studio musician, he has also appeared
on MTV and VH1 and has performed live with Sean "Diddy" Combs, Jimmy
Page, Slash, and the Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra. Jason is
currently the staff composer for audioEngine (Phoenix/New York).