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    Rose Cousins “Rain”
    We are as pleased as punch that Rose Cousins chose our studio to record her HEARTBREAKING rendition of Patty Griffin’s 2002 ballad: “Rain” for CTV’s Saving Hope.  "Being a huge Patty Griffin fan, I was excited to make a version of 'Rain' for Saving Hope. The song is of the best ingredients; power, darkness and hope. Patty is by far one of my favourite writers. She goes deep. When this song came out, I listened to it on repeat. So honoured to share this version.” - ROSE COUSINS.
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    NFB SPACE SCHOOL
    The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) have teamed up to create NFB Space School, a free and fun interactive learning experience that engages young Canadians in the wonders of space exploration! Village Sound's music helps to tell Commander Hadfield's amazing story!!!

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    SYMPHONY OF GHOSTS Out Now!!
    Dan MacCormack's debut solo album 'Symphony Of Ghosts' is out now! This WONDERFUL album, inspired by the writing of David Adams Richards, can be previewed in its entirety on Dan's bandcamp site! The album was recorded and mixed right here at Village Sound by Luke Batiot and Dave Anderson was produced by Village Sound's very own Jason Michael MacIsaac. Check it out! It sure sounds sweet on headphones!
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    The Village Soundcast Podcast Network Is Here!
    We've been huge podcast fans for awhile here at ol' Village Sound, so we finally decided to just go ahead and make our own podcast network! Our inaugural show, the comic book review podcast: LESS THAN LIVE with KATE OR DIE has been blowing up the iTunes charts since its debut this summer! Check out the show and our new network page HERE!      
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    4, Count ‘em 4!
    Village Sound are proud to have provided the music for four films in this year's Atlantic Film Festival, taking place in Halifax, Nova Scotia from September 11th-18th 2014. The Atlantic Film Festival is an eight-day celebration of film, media and music from around the world. It’s a festival that turns Halifax – a charming and historic coastal city – into an international Mecca for the arts, abuzz with filmmakers, industry types and film lovers. You can purchase tickets to any of these films by clicking on the titles below! PLAYING HOUSE, HERO D, THE TOLL, CODE KIDS
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    Village Sound & The Places In Between
    Village Sound are so pleased to have worked side by side with the amazing people at Extreme Group and RPM Productions to help bring to life Nova Scotia Tourism's new 'The Places In Between' campaign. We are so honoured to have been the music supervisors on these beautiful spots. Working with the province's best and brightest on this project has been a real dream come true: Eight unique spots, featuring eight unique Nova Scotian artists! Check out the sights and the sounds here!
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    ‘TO CATCH A KILLER’ debuts this March 1st with music and theme music by Village Sound
    Police officer and university professor Mike Arntfield leads a team of civilians investigating cold cases in To Catch A Killer, launching Saturday, March 1 at 8 p.m. ET on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada) with theme music and original music by Village Sound."Their job, and mine, is to investigate the coldest of cold cases - the murders that time forgot." Check out the trailer here!
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    Village Sound Music Library
    Do you need original music on time and on budget?! With our brand new MUSIC LIBRARY, you're just a few clicks away from fulfilling all of your music needs! We've been amassing some world-class cues over the years and now they're all under one roof and catalogued for your convenience! Use our library's 'key words' search engine to find high-quality original music that perfectly suits your production! Quickly and easily download cues and all associated stems for one low low price. Check It Out!
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    Worker’s Compensation Board ‘Homecoming’
    We are pleased to have been the music supervisors on The Worker’s Compensation Board Of Nova Scotia's 'Homecoming' spot, as part of their very touching WHAT MATTERS MOST campaign. Carleton Stone’s song ‘When You Come Home’ was chosen as the music for the 60-second television ad, depicting Nova Scotians returning home at the end of their workdays. It's an emotional story, depicting a young boy waiting for his Dad, so that they can play their regular game of street hockey in the driveway.WATCH
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    LA CUNA TAKES TOP PRIZE
    We are happy to announce that director/animator Meags Fitzgerald's animated short 'LaCuna', for which Village Sound's Jason Michael MacIsaac composed the score, has won the Jury Prize at the Edmonton International Film Festival in the Animated Short Film category! Congrats to all involved! Check out the trailer here http://lacunaanimation.com/

News

Black Loyalist Heritage Centre

We are fiercely proud to have recorded the voice-over, composed the original music and provided the final mix for this powerful piece for the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre! ‪#‎JourneyBackToBirchtown‬ ...

Rose Cousins records ‘Rain’ at Village Sound

 We are as pleased as punch that Rose Cousins chose our studio to record her HEARTBREAKING rendition of Patty Griffin's 2002 ballad: "Rain" for CTV's Saving Hope. Have kleenex ready. Don't say we...

Symphony Of Ghosts Released Today!

 Dan MacCormack's debut solo album 'Symphony Of Ghosts' is out TODAY! This WONDERFUL album, inspired by the writing of David Adams Richards, can be previewed in its entirety on Dan's bandcamp site! The...