sound and music examples

for theater
for film
for dance
generative audio


theater

Red by John Logan; Directed by Richard E.T. White; Original music, sound design, mixing and mastering by Brendan Hogan
Seattle Repertory Theatre/Arizona Theatre Company, 2012
Recorded at Avast! Recording Co. Seattle, WA
Winner: Outstanding Sound & Music Design, 2012 Theatre Puget Sound Gregory Awards

Sugar Daddies by Alan Ayckbourn; Directed by Alan Ayckbourn; Sound design, arrangements, mixing and mastering by Brendan Hogan
ACT Theatre, 2013
Recorded at Avast! Recording Co. Seattle, WA

Frost/Nixon by Peter Morgan; Directed by Greg Carter; Original music, sound and media systems design by Brendan Hogan
Strawberry Theatre Workshop, 2018

Chamber Cymbeline by William Shakespeare; Adapted and Directed by Henry Woronicz; Original music and sound design by Brendan Hogan
Seattle Shakespeare Company, 2011 

RoboPop! by Heidi Ganser, Ben Zamora & The Ensemble; Directed by Heidi Ganser and Ben Zamora; Original music and sound design by Brendan Hogan
Washington Ensemble Theatre, 2010
Nominee: Outstanding Music and Sound Design, 2010 Theatre Puget Sound Gregory Awards. Purchase the whole album, including unreleased tracks, here.

Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz; Directed by Victor Pappas; Sound design, arrangements, mixing and mastering by Brendan Hogan
ACT Theatre, 2013

Middletown by Will Eno; Directed by John Langs; Sound design by Brendan Hogan
ACT Theatre, 2013

Mr. Marmalade by Noah Haidle; Directed by Katjana Vadeboncouer; Original music and sound design by Brendan Hogan
Washington Ensemble Theatre, 2008


film

One Step Too Far
Directed by Ben M.F. Rapson; Written by Todd Downing; Original music by Brendan Hogan
Produced by Mighty Tripod Productions, 2016
Winner: Best Musical Score and Best Film of 2016, Seattle 48 Hour Film Project. Watch it here.


Rendezvous Dogs
Directed by David S. Hogan; Written by Todd Downing; Original music by Brendan Hogan
Produced by Mighty Tripod Productions, 2017
Winner: Best Musical Score, 2017 Seattle 48 Hour Film Project.


Karma Gettin’
Directed by Ben M.F. Rapson; Written by Todd Downing; Original music by Brendan Hogan
Produced by Mighty Tripod Productions, 2014
Winner: Best Musical Score, 2014 Seattle 48 Hour Film Project.


dance

Giselle Deconstruct
Choreography by Veronica Lee-Baik; Original music, sound design and generative audio coding by Brendan Hogan
Produced by The Three Yells and Cornish College of the Arts, 2017
For an explanation of the programming used to create the generative preshow music, please visit the Projects archive at Kreiva Laboratories.


generative composition

Generative audio using coding and software synthesis
For an explanation of the programming techniques used to create the audio, please visit the Projects archive at Kreiva Laboratories.