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- Monday, Nov. 4, 2019
Sound designer Ryan Dickinson joins Squeak E. Clean Studios
- MELBOURNE, Australia
Global creative audio network Squeak E. Clean Studios has added sound designer Ryan Dickinson to its recently launched Melbourne studio. Dickinson has over 15 years of international audio production experience, working for advertising agencies including Ogilvy, Saatchi and Colenso BBDO. His experience spans work for such brands as Samsung, Adidas, Coca-Cola, Burger King, EA Games and Gameloft. At Oglivy, his sound design and mixing for the “Do You Care Enough to Be A Cop” campaign earned him two Gold and one Silver Effie Award. A soundie at heart, with a music performing background, Dickinson has a keen ear for talent performance and musical mastery in branded content spots.
In addition to his successful career in sound design and audio mixing, Dickinson is a sought-after musical talent, having been commissioned to remix artists like Grammy Award-winner Gotye and The Crystal Method. Most recently, he lent his prowess as one half of the production duo “Otosan,” producing house music hits with appearances on the U.S. Billboard Dance Charts, NZ Charts, and ARIA Club Charts. Their work has taken in over 2 million streams on Spotify in the past year.
Australian-born Dickinson studied music at Griffith University. He then embarked on a career in sound production and design for advertising. After a successful stint at NZ company Franklin Rd in Auckland, he most recently spent a year lending his talents to a number of shops in Amsterdam, mixing audio for studios such as AMP Amsterdam, Adelphoi Music, Casual Films, Smarthouse Films, and Virtual Sound.