Soundwalk is a critically-acclaimed new media company based in NY which has won several accolades including the Audie Award in 2007 for the Williamsburg Hasidic Walks, the Dalton Pen Award in 2005 for the Ground Zero Sonic Memorial Soundwalk and the 2005 Audie Award for the Bronx Soundwalk series. Our services range from multi-track sound installations to customized “audio branding” and tailor-made mixes.
Soundwalk has quickly become the leading audio tour company, producing cutting-edge audio guides in which the listener is able to step into the life of a narrator as they guide you through their neighborhood streets and local hang-outs. Soundwalks mix fiction and reality in a cinematic experience giving the listener the impression of actually being in a film.
Soundwalk has created over 40 walking tours—over 20 in New York alone: from the birth of Hip Hop in the Bronx with Jazzy Jay and Afrika Bambaataa to a memorial walk in Ground Zero with famed author Paul Auster. We recently completed a three-city project for Louis Vuitton in China, featuring Gong Li, Joan Chen, and Shu Qi and a unique sound experience for the Chanel Mobile Art Container, featuring the voice of Jeanne Moreau. We also produced the official Sony Pictures “Da Vinci Code” tour of the Louvre with Jean Reno. Our latest release is a unique, guided audio experience set in Midtown Manhattan’s Bryant Park, narrated by Matthew Broderick.
Soundwalk has also partnered with NPR, Orange, Paris-Premiere, Adidas and Puma—with whom we created Puma Soundtrip in collaboration with W Hotels.
Today Soundwalk and Clicmobile created a joint venture to expand the soundwalk experience in mobile phones.