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2014 ASSG Awards announced.

The ASSG Congratulates the Award Winners for 2014!

The 18th Australian Screen Sound Guild Awards were held on Sunday 23 November at The Establishment Hotel Ballroom in George Street, Sydney. Members travelled from WA, SA and Victoria to attend the awards.

The Syd Butterworth Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to Lloyd Carrick. ASSG president Doron Kippen presented the award to Lloyd, praising his work which has spanned 48 years. Lloyd has worked on such films as Mad Max 2 and 3, Heatwave, The Lighthorsemen and Dead Calm. Lloyd received a standing ovation from the entire room.

The Greg Bell Student Encouragement Award was given to Callum Hedemann, a recent AFTRS graduate.

This year the ASSG honoured the late Andrew Plain by naming the Award for Best Film Sound Design after him. Andrew tragically passed away at the end of last year, not long after the 2013ASSG Awards were held.


The Greg Bell Student Encouragement Award

Callum Hedemann

The Syd Butterworth Lifetime Achievement Award

Lloyd Carrick

Best Sound for a Television Commercial or Promo

Ubisoft Ghost Protocol Trailer

Stuart Welch
Wes Chew
Ryan Millard
John Simpson M.P.S.E
Ryan Squires

Best Sound for an Animated Short Film

Love in the Time of March Madness

Albert Behar
Marco Velasco
Andy Wright
Adam Alexander

Best Sound for a Short Fiction Film

Can You See Them

Dane Cody
Jo Pajak
Leon East
Andrew McGrath

Best Sound for Lifestyle, Reality or Live Television


Neil McIntosh
Liam Price

Best Sound for a Tele Feature

The Killing Fields

Wes Chew
Luke Mynott
Tom Herdman
Sam Gain-Emery
Mick Boraso
Dylan Barfield
Laura Murdoch
John Simpson
James Carroll
Adrian Medhurst
Grant Shepherd
Todd Kirkness
Todd Moore

Best Sound for a Television Drama Series

Anzac Girls (Episode 6, "Courage")

Tom Heuzenroeder
Des Kenneally
Marco Arlotta
Mike Bakaloff
Nick Steele
Belinda Trimboli
Liam Egan
Peter Smith
Pete Best
Justin Astbury
Cat Connelly
Duncan Campbell
John Simpson
James Carroll
Vanessa Carr
Ryan Squires

Best Sound for a Documentary

The Search for the Ocean’s Super Predator

Ric Curtin
Glenn Martin
Ash Charlton
Steve Towbridge

Best Sound for Interactive Media

Colossatron: Massive World Threat

Cedar Jones

Best Film Sound Recording

Charlie's Country

James Currie
Josh Williams

The Rover

Des Kenneally
Marco Arlotta
Rob Nokes

The Andrew Plain Award for Best Film Sound Design

Charlie's Country

Tom Heuzenroeder
James Currie
Adrian Medhurst
James Carroll
Russell Alexander
Diego Ruiz
Duncan Campbell

Best Film Sound Mixing

Wolf Creek 2

Paul Pirola
Pete Smith

Soundtrack of the Year

Wolf Creek 2

Members’ Choice for Best Feature Soundtrack

Wolf Creek 2


ProCopy services Voucher for Christmas 2014

If you can't think of a Christmas present for someone this year, here's an opportunity to get them a gift that will last a lifetime.

We'll send you a voucher for ProCopy services including CD & DVD Copies, Video Transfers, Digitising Film reels, audio tape digitisng or even recording in our studio for the amount you require. 

If you'd like some advice on what we could do for your family member or friend call us on 08 9375 3902.

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Digitising Special for November

Every year we have a last minute rush for digital video transfers as people find them a wonderful gift to give the family at Christmas time. 

This year we thought we like to ease the burden on our techs, so of course you have the opportunity to benefit.

For any Video digitising work completed in November we'll give you an extra 10% Discount

So if you have old VHS, Beta or even 8mm camera tapes bring them in and you'll not only have a great Christmas gift organised but you'll save.

Simply download the Voucher attached here and bring it with you when you drop in your tapes for a quote.


November Video Speical

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3 Australian artists recognised in Unsigned Only Comp 2014 - Press Release


Gena Rose Bruce, Lili Kendall, and Liam Burrows are named Winners.

Nashville, TN, USA...September 16, 2014 - The Unsigned Only Music Competition is pleased to announce its 2014 winners, selected from almost 8,000 worldwide entries. Judged by a roster of high-profile artists and influential journalists, Unsigned Only is a unique music competition for solo artists and bands who are unsigned to a major label.

This year's judges include: John Oates (Hall & Oates); 3 Doors Down; Neon Trees; David Crowder; Rosanne Cash; Craig Morgan; Delbert McClinton; Darryl McDaniels (Run DMC); Of Monsters and Men; Black Francis (Pixies); Aaron Shust; G. Love; Jason Gray; Dustin Lynch; The Mountain Goats; Alt-J; Mike Posner; Rapsody; Anthony DeCurtis (Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone); Chris Richards (Pop Music Critic, The Washington Post); Josh Jackson (Co-Founder and Editor-In-Chief, Paste Magazine); Lucy Jones (Deputy Editor, NME); and Michael Hann (Music Editor, The Guardian)

Produced by the same team that puts together the prestigious International Songwriting Competition (ISC), Unsigned Only this year has awarded three Australian artists with one First Place and two Second Place wins. Additional artists have garnered numerous Honorable Mention wins.

Winning First Place in the Teen category with her song "Move" is the talented 17 year-old pop artist Lili Kendall from Brisbane. With the pipes of Adele and the edge of Rihanna, it is obvious why Lili's star is on the rise. After a breakthrough first half to 2014, highlighted by international tour dates and a swarm of press, her newest single "Run" was recently delivered to Australian radio and is available now. She has also performed in LA and was a featured Australian artist at Canadian Music Week in Toronto.

Garnering Second Place in the Vocal Performance category is the award-winning and gifted vocalist Liam Burrows. Stunning the public with a mature vocal style and stage presence that is way beyond his years, Burrows is just 20 years old - yet he is already a respected, prodigious jazz performer whose amazing talent has kept him in high demand. Over the past two years he has performed at nearly 200 corporate and private shows and has headlined at some of Australia's most popular venues and festivals. In addition to being a finalist on Australia's Got Talent (his audition has had nearly 2 million views on YouTube), Burrows has performed at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, was named Best Jazz Artist at the MusicOz Awards, and was the recipient of an Australian Entertainment MO Award for live performance.

Taking home Second Place honors in the Americana category is Gena Rose Bruce for her song "Jackson." A 21 year-old singer/songwriter, she was born and raised in Melbourne's eastern heartland. With a songwriting ability that far exceeds her years, Bruce has been playing to audiences all over the country since her early teens. In addition to national tours with artists such as Ella Hooper, she has also travelled the world, including trips to New Zealand and the iconic music centre Nashville, where she performed in 2013 at the legendary Bluebird Cafe and The Basement. During this time, Bruce completed songwriting sessions with prominent Nashville musicians, Kim Richie and Neilson Hubbard.

Co-Founders Candace Avery and Jim Morgan said, "We are very pleased that these young artists fared so well in the competition, although it is certainly no surprise to us. The depth and diversity of talent coming from Australia is exceptionally high, and it continues to set the bar for the competition. We are looking forward to hearing next year's Aussie entrants."

The overall Grand Prize winner is awarded to the US band Goodbye June for their song "Daisy." Comprised of three cousins, indie-rockers Goodbye June released their highly anticipated debut album Nor The Wild Music Flow in 2012 and have not stopped since. With a European tour under their belt and a second album on the way, this band is poised for greater success. Their winning song "Daisy" is a surefire hit and will be released on their upcoming album.

In addition to winning $10,000 in cash and much more in merchandise, the Grand Prize winner receives the opportunity to be mentored by and directly network with the top echelon of record company professionals. Mentors include presidents and top-level executives from Universal Republic, Sire, Elektra, Warner Bros., Atlantic, Sub Pop, Big Machine, Word Label Group, Capitol, Roc Nation, American, and Virgin.

Sponsors include: Guitar Center, Casio, Sony Creative Software, Ultimate Ears, Disc Makers, D'Addario, The Intellitouch Tuner, Topspin Media, Mrs. Fields Cookies, The Music Business Registry, and Celebrity Access.

In addition to these First and Second Place winners, the list of Australian Honorable Mentions is as follows:

Adult Album Alternative (AAA)
The Never Ever (Sydney, NSW, Australia) - "In Or Out"

Adult Contemporary
Worldfly (Darwin, NT, Australia) - "Please Go Lightly"

Casey Barnes (Kingscliff, NSW, Australia) - "Flesh And Bone"

Pop/Top 40
Alkira (Melbourne, VIC, Australia) - "Undone"
Fieu (Brisbane, QLD, Australia) - "Put It On The Line"
Ginger And The Ghost (Sydney, NSW, Australia) - Call Up The Whales"
Lili Kendall (Brisbane, QLD, Australia) - "Move"

Kid Zeus (Sydney, NSW, Australia) - "Rabbit Suit"
Talltails (Gold Coast, QLD, Australia) - "The Long Arm"
Veludo (Melbourne, VIC, Australia) - "Indigo"

Straalen (Gold Coast, QLD, Australia) - "1-2-3"

Vocal Performance
Alex Hahn & The Blue Riders (Sydney, NSW, Australia) - "I'd Rather Go Blind"
Liam Burrows (Sydney, NSW, Australia) - "Never Fallen In Love So Easily Before"
Sophie Hanlon (Sydney, NSW, Australia) - "My Dark Crusade"

For more information and to view the complete list of winners, go to


ISC 2014 deadline fast approaching

Deadline To Enter: September 18, 2014

15 Record Label Presidents and CEOs Join Iconic Recording Artists To Judge ISC

Sarah McLachlan, Tom Waits, American Authors, Pat Metheny, Sara Evans, Bastille, Avicii, Wayne Shorter, Casting Crowns, John Hiatt, Bela Fleck, and More To Select ISC Winners

Click here to enter!

September 8, 2014 — Enter your songs now for a chance to share in over $150,000 in cash and prizes, including $25,000 cash to the Grand Prize winner. Gain recognition and exposure, and take your music career to the next level. Amateur and professional songwriters are eligible to enter.

This year, ISC has expanded on the participation of music industry executives, putting together a panel of judges that is unprecedented. Judges include the Presidents and CEOs from Republic, Atlantic, Warner Bros., Elektra, Columbia, Virgin, Sony Music Latin, Mercury, Wind-Up, Tommy Boy, Alligator, S-Curve, Blind Pig, Fat Possum, and Concord Music Group. Coupled with additional high-profile industry executives and a notable group of recording artists - many of whom are currently dominating the charts - ISC offers the opportunity for artists to have their music heard by the most impressive and elite panel of judges yet.

ISC accepts entries by mail or online. Entering is easy, because you can upload your songs, send them by mail, or give ISC a link to your songs. Categories include: AAA (Adult Album Alternative), Adult Contemporary (AC), Americana, Blues, Children's Music, Comedy/Novelty, Country, Dance/Electronica, Folk/Singer-Songwriter, Gospel/Christian, Instrumental, Jazz, Latin Music, Lyrics Only, Music Video, Performance, Pop/Top 40, R&B/Hip-Hop, Rock, Teen, Unsigned Only (this category is open to unsigned songwriters and artists only), and World Music. Entrants may submit as many songs as they wish - in the same category or in multiple categories.

Enter now and join ISC's group of past winners that include: Bastille; Gotye; Lindsey Stirling; Kimbra; The Band Perry; Andrew Bird; Passenger; Gin Wigmore; Missy Higgins; For King and Country; and many more.