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 and cinema ads to dance and theatre. I also produce/record/mix/master records with artists and provide voiceover, podcast production and location sound services.
Photography: Daniel Dabrowski
Before doing this, I worked in journalism. I teach Audio and WordPress courses for the National Union of Journalists – next dates: Feb 2023.
Production Reel 2022
I can help you finish your music.
Castle of Light 2022
Third year of this unique and extraordinary event which transforms Edinburgh Castle into a world of colour via 3D projection mapping. As part of a great team, I contributed music, sound design and mix/mastering to the films shown. castleoflight.scot
Jacqueline Donachie – Imperial
Original music/location recording/sound mix for 12-minute film by artist Jacqueline Donachie, commissioned by Art in Manufacturing for the National Festival of Making 2022. Screened at Festival launch event and Prism Contemporary.
John Robertson – The Atomic Facts of Love
Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (2022)
Original music for trailer Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2022
Castle of Light: Hidden Treasures (2021)
Music and sound design for Castle of Light: Hidden Treasures, an outdoor film and 3D projection-mapping event, set within the grounds at Edinburgh Castle, and bringing its history to life in a fun and engaging way to an audience of 30,000+ people over 6 weeks. (Information on the 2019 event.)
The Demented Poets (2021)
Ruined – National Galleries of Scotland (2021)
Mixing/Mastering of 8 tracks for Ruined, a film-based project currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery.
Jacqueline Donachie – Beautiful Sunday (2021)
Sound design/music for film Beautiful Sunday, a 12min film and sculptural installation by Jacqueline Donachie, commissioned for the Folkestone Triennial and that celebrates the dance floors of Folkestone by marking out their size one-to-one on a huge stage set in the middle of a derelict gasworks site.
The Pitiful Few – Songs for Sinners (2021)
Sir Walter Scott 250 (2021)
- Pacific Content
- The Times and Sunday Times
- Historic Environment Scotland
- National Galleries of Scotland
- National Theatre of Scotland
- Glasgow Film
- Mental Health Foundation
- Edinburgh Art Festival