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MUSIC & SOUND HOUSE 'RIDE' ROLLS

March 1, 2006
MUSIC & SOUND HOUSE 'RIDE' ROLLS

Berman (pictured) has held consulting and staff positions at music shops, audio post houses and ad agencies. As executive music producer at J. Walter Thompson, Berman consulted the agency on revamping the music department. He also ran all aspects of original music production and produced projects for Estee Lauder, Schick, De Beers, Vaseline, Kleenex, Caress and Purell.

Prior to his work for the agency, Berman was executive music producer for Yessian Music, founding and running the New York office from 2001-2004. He also served as music supervisor for licensed tracks, and arranged and composed music for numerous projects.

"Over the last few years, AudioEngine has expanded our music and sound design offerings, first hiring Carl Mandelbaum, an award-wining mixer and sound designer, then adding Jason Camiolo as a staff composer," notes AudioEngine partner Bob Giammarco. "Our collaboration with Jeremy and the development of Ride is a key next step. We knew we needed someone with his background and skill sets, but more importantly with his energy and enthusiasm. He was the perfect fit for what we were looking to accomplish with this sister company."

Ride represents composers Jason Camiolo, Dru Klein and Timothy Bright, and Brazilian singer/composer Zanna. Also represented are Hayley Moss, Jim Bacchi, Allen Towbin, Krishna Venkatesh and Andy Miccolis. Ride will also collaborate with composer/producer Craig DeLeon of Tour74 Recording Co. on select projects.

Sound designers Carl Mandelbaum, Tom Goldblatt and Bob Giammarco, all mixers at AudioEngine, are also represented exclusively via Ride.