Hello, I’m Hamish Brown. I’m a versatile and experienced music producer, media composer and mix engineer. I work with musicians and directors to help them them get the best results from their project – and budget. I’ve had music placed everywhere from Hollywood films, cinema ads, dance and theatre to zero-budget passion pieces and most places in between. I also produce records with artists and mix records they’ve already part-recorded. I provide further pro audio services, including voiceover, podcast production, tape sync and location sound.
Photography: Daniel Dabrowski
Before doing this, I worked in journalism. I teach Audio and WordPress courses for the National Union of Journalists – next dates: Jun 2021.
Production Reel 2020
The Pitiful Few – Songs for Sinners
Castle of Light
Project set within the grounds of Edinburgh Castle at night using powerful 3D projection mapping to bring its history to life in a fun and engaging way to an audience of 30,000+ people over 6 weeks during the winter of 2019. Commissioned by Historic Environment Scotland.
Music for a film by crowd-funding journalism site Byline, which provides a platform to connect readers with investigative journalists.
A participatory, immersive light installation from the National Galleries of Scotland, which used colour and light to visualise thoughts and feelings.
A commission from Glasgow Short Film Festival to score (alongside vocalist Drew Wright) a new edit of footage shot in 1950s by the Dawn Cine Group filmmaking collective and left unfinished. Screened with a live score UK-wide as part of BFI Cinescore Live.
Trailer Music Reel 2020
- Pacific Content
- Historic Environment Scotland
- National Galleries of Scotland
- National Theatre of Scotland
- Glasgow Film
- Mental Health Foundation
- Edinburgh Art Festival
- Byline Media
- Edinburgh UNESCO City of Literature Trust
- The Arches
- The Work Room
- Pachamama Productions
- Creative Edinburgh
- Zero Tolerance
- Project Scotland
Podcast and Spoken Word
A radio-style piece on the Sunshine Recovery Café, a pop-up cafe in Paisley for – and run by – recovering addicts.
A panel event Edinburgh Fringe show recorded and mixed for the All Back to Bowie’s podcast in 2014, featuring an interview with Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.