Today, we proudly announce the first jury results of the International Sound Awards 2022.
Once again, many smart, innovative and useful sound projects from different categories were among the applications. Catchy sonic brands, fascinating immersive experiences, ingenious products, and many more.
We received submissions from 14 different countries: Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, Germany, Iceland, India, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States.
Congratulations!!! 23 projects in 7 categories managed to convince the jurors and claim a Better Sound Award 2022. This also makes them potential candidates for a ISA2022 Winner or Grand Prix prize.
You can have a look at the detailed descriptions and case videos of our Better Sound projects here.
The ISA2022 Winner and Grand Prix distinctions will be announced on 15 September.
Like every year, international industry experts lend us their ear and time to evaluate the submitted cases. We are very grateful for their support and greet all our ISA2022 jurors:
Audrey Arbeeny – Audiobrain
Matthew Bennett – Acoustic Ecology
Karlheinz Brandenburg – Brandenburg Labs GmbH
Antonio Camurri – Casa Paganini
Fabian Frese – Kolle Rebbe GmbH, Accenture Interactive
Klaus Frieler – Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
Elisa Harris – Sonicbrand
Chris Hegstrom – Amazon
Rainer Hirt – audity GmbH — Agency for Brand Sound & UX Sound
Steve Keller – Pandora
Steve Milton – A_DAConnor More – Listen
Daniel Muellensiefen – Goldsmiths, University of London
Emma Rodero – Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Claudia Schwarz – MusicTech Germany
Hugo Verweij – Apple
Stefan Weinzierl – Technische Universität Berlin
Learn more about the jurors.
We happily announce our recent partnership with the SAE Institute. The SAE Institute is an international talent factory for professions in the media and creative industries. Its network spans more than 20 countries on six continents with more than 50 institutes.
“The International Sound Awards are more than just an award. It shows that sound is innovative and that innovation needs sound – that’s exactly what we teach our students! To be innovative, to think outside the box and that lifelong learning is no longer just a phrase. So this award fits perfectly with our learning and teaching culture.”
Lukas Middelmann, Event & Networking Officer, SAE Institute
More information on: www.sae.edu