NORTH BURBANK, CA — Transported Audio (www.transportedaudio.com), the full-service audio post facility, has expanded its business with the recent launch of a new music division. The new venture comes in response to increasing demand from clients for premium-quality, multi-genre original and customized music.
Photo: Composer Daniel Berk
Founded by Eric Marks, Transported Audio has worked with Prime Video, Netflix, Hulu, FX, NFL Network, EA and PlayStation. The new music division is being headed up by composer Daniel Berk, who has worked on film, television, trailer and commercial projects. Berk has composed in a wide range of styles, running the gamut from intimate acoustic to modern cinematic. He has a particular passion for writing trailer and advertisement music. After beginning his career writing music for short films and networks that including Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, A&E and Discovery, he’s gone on to amass more than 75 credits, working on a wide range of commercial projects and recent features for Netflix, Amazon, Vudu and Lionsgate.
“Music is the emotional through-line of nearly every story and an essential component of an audience’s overall audio experience, so adding original music to our menu of audio post production services is the natural next step of our studio's evolution,” Marks explains. “Daniel’s considerable talents as a composer and arranger, as well as his stylistically-varied list of industry credits, make him the perfect choice to spearhead our music division, and I’m confident our clients will be every bit as impressed with him as I am.”
“By adding music to the company’s diverse range of services, clients will be afforded the opportunity to have all of their audio needs taken care of under one roof, thereby making their post production experience as seamless, time-effective and creatively fulfilling as possible,” adds Berk. “My heartfelt thanks to Eric for this exciting opportunity and I look forward to a long and rewarding association with Transported Audio and its valued clients for many years to come.”