Zoë Mode opens new recording facilities

Music game specialist moves to improve audio offering
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Music game specialist moves to improve audio offering

Zoë Mode has opened a recording studio and post production facility at its new Brighton premises.

The studio is fully equipped for surround mixing and music mastering and hosts multiple interconnected recording and production spaces.

“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,” said audio director Ciaran Walsh.

General manager Ed Daly added: “Investment in our facilities enables us to provide a comprehensive service to our publishing partners and increase the quality of audio in our games.”

Zoe Mode has recently created several music themed games, including Disney Sing It! and the soon-to-be-released Rock Revolution.


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