Zoë Mode opens specialist recording facilities

2nd February 2009

Music game specialists Zoë Mode have given a first glimpse inside the audio recording and post-production facilities in their new Brighton premises. Fully equipped for surround mixing, music mastering and post-production, with multiple interconnected recording and production spaces, the high-end facilities underline Zoë Mode’s commitment to high production values.

Audio Director Ciaran Walsh says,“Moving into our new permanent home last October gave us a perfect opportunity to design and build audio studios tailored to our unique needs as a music game developer, and to provide professional audio services to other Kuju studios. We’re delighted with the result.”

Zoë Mode General Manager, Ed Daly comments,“Investment in our facilities enables us to provide a comprehensive service to our publishing partners and increase the quality of audio in our games.”

About Zoë Mode

Zoë Mode is the leading independent developer of music and party games, with a track record including EyeToy® Play and SingStar® in collaboration with Sony London Studio, Crush™ for SEGA, Dancing with the Stars for Activision, Rock Revolution for Konami Digital Entertainment Inc, You’re in the Movies for Codemasters and Microsoft and Sing It for Disney Interactive Studios.

Zoë Mode makes games that are accessible; simple, social games that are effortlessly fun but don’t take themselves too seriously. Based in Brighton and London, in the UK, its diverse workforce is unified by its attitude to gaming. Zoë Mode believes that games are powerful ways of bringing people together and having fun and that there’s more to life than gaming, but that gaming can make life better; and strongly believes that there is a game for everyone.


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