This is the second part of my interview with Eric Seay. We dive into more about how audio varies for different brands. Eric also walks us through his entire process for creating an audio brand. This second part of our conversation is just as intriguing as the first and I can’t wait for you to dive in!
In this episode, we explore:
- How to create audio branding for a company that just has a feel
- The different phases of developing an audio brand
- How many companies and brands have thought about their audio branding
- How audio branding has become more normalized
- The background needed before writing the actual audio
- How Audio UX decides what each brand needs for their audio branding
- What Eric does with each brand
- How psychoacoustics comes into play
- Best practices for sounds
- Universal sounds versus location specific
- Generic sets (sounds) versus Premium sets (sounds) and how that drives sales
- Sounds creating experiences
- Where UX came from and the importance of the user experience
- Working with the UX teams with each brand
- The new platform for audio branding
- Having apps work together with their audio
- The parts of different experiences that should have differences with audio
- Making sure everything sounds the way it should once everything has been created
- How audio branding has changed
- The need for comfort with sounds now with COVID
- Sound types and their unique skills in different apps/devices
- How sound affects what we want
- The evolution of audio branding with each brand
- Check out the case studies on the website
The best way to contact Eric Seay and AudioUX is through their website at https://auxnyc.com/. You can find AudioUX on more social media platforms @aux_nyc (Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter).
This episode was very skillfully made to sound beautiful by the talented Humberto Franco (http://www.humbertofranco.com/).
Would you consider reviewing the Audio Branding Podcast? If so, here’s the Apple Podcast link: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/audio-branding/id1489042453 And if you like what you hear (and read!) – please do share it with anyone you think might be interested. Thanks so much!
And if you’re interested in crafting an audio brand for your business, why not check out my FREE download – 5 Tips For Implementing An Intentional Audio Strategy at https://voiceoversandvocals.com/audio-branding-strategy/