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MediaCity agency creates sound project for COP26 film and Homebase campaign

GAS Music

Audio production studio and agency GAS Music has revealed its work on two projects – including a sound project it has created for a COP26 film and its work on a Homebase Christmas campaign.

The studio agency, based at MediaCity in Salford, was commissioned to create a sound project for a film titled ‘The Good Stuff’ shown at the closing summary of the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 held in Glasgow. 

GAS Music handled the music composition, sound design, voiceover casting, recording and post-production for the film.

The visuals, vision and narrative for the film was produced by the marketing team at Iris, and driven forward by the Purpose Disruptors, a network of marketing and advertising professionals aiming to tackle climate change.

The film was one of three commercials shown as part of the Purpose Disruptors event at the conference which included films from McCann Manchester and Gravity Road.

On its work for the COP26 film, GAS Music CEO and Director Gary Hilton said: “A privilege to work with and as a team on this project. A joined up creative idea which poses a simple question to the huge issue of climate change, individual responsibility.”


COP26 – ‘The Good Stuff’ film.

The audio production studio has also revealed its work with retailer Homebase on the launch of its Christmas ad campaign this week. The agency was responsible for searching and supervising an existing track and secured the rights to an orchestration of the Nutcracker suite. 

Homebase Christmas TV advert – It’s Showtime

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