DigitalSymphonix is a music production and arrangement company offering music and sound services to the Twin Cities area and beyond. At DigitalSymphonix, we are all inspired musicians, techie engineers, and dedicated artists that would love to work with you. We write soundtracks for your movie or film,sounddesign your commercial, or mix your latest album song. DigitalSymphonix also builds websites for artists and provides musicians for wedding and other special events upon request. If you are film director and are looking for a soundtrack, then you have come to the right address. The film music we compose is inherently unique and refreshingly new, ranging from classical Hollywood sound to modern. In addition, we record and mix dialog, sound FX, ADR, and Foley. If you are in a band that is looking to release an album, we can help as well. Not only do we record, mix, and master your tracks, we also present professional arrangement advice and offer to produce your song or album. In case you are a company owner, we can provide full sounddesign solutions for your commercial, write your corporate theme song, or clean up business conference audio presentations and turn them into professional CDs or DVD or Web streams. Are you planning a special event? DigitalSymphonix provides musicians for your wedding or birthday party, and also produces your special song to be played when walking down the isle. We guarantee, we have the right music and sound solution for your project or event. Request a free consultation. We would love to hear about the project you are working on!
DigitalSymphonix has been in the industry since 2009.
Clients / Credits
- Waseca News Broadcast Theme (2009)
- Let's Go! (Music album, 2010)
Associations / Organizations
- American Composer Forum
Awards / Honors
- Icon Award for Excellency (by the Institute of Production and Recording, 2009)
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