As well as my 15 years in the industry, I have trained at Technicolor’s Anvil dubbing theatre and at Sony’s recording studios (Whitfield Street).
I bring my extensive knowledge of sound for Red Bee Media’s clients like Channel 4 and UKTV, ensuring audio is compliant for transmission and meeting EBU R128 specifications for broadcast.
I have written music to spec for BT Broadband, Namco, EMI, FIFA World Cup and Goodyear, plus I’m currently working on sync music for several leading US TV shows.
Name: Raj Vivekananthan
Lives in: London, England
Occupation: Sound Designer, Sound Editor and Sound Mixer
Meet Pursuit Delange: The Movie
Film by Howard Webster (Comedy) Sound department Meet Pursuit Delange tells the story of three old school friends who are forced by circumstance to live together in genteel poverty in an old groundsman's hut tacked onto the back of a ramshackle cricket pavilion.
Stay with You
Film (short) by Joe Cottrell Boyce (Drama and Family) Sound department A father struggles to come to terms with a death in the family.
Film (short) by Jason Young (Animation, Biography, History and Romance) Sound department 1809, Staffordshire Set in the Staffordshire town of Tunstall in the early 19th century, an ambitious Christian chases the conviction of pursuing holy orders in the Church of England, and is caught up in a revival that will change the face of non-conformism across the country forever. Written by Anonymous
At Your Service
Film (short) by Tim Kent (Comedy) Sound department 'At Your Service' is a comedy based on what a waiter would really love to say to the customer. It follows the main character of Hallie, who dreams of a world where there are no limits or boundaries in customer service related jobs.
Film (short) by Chris Howard (Drama and Family) Sound department Out of prison and on the dole, Adam is determined to rekindle his relationship with his son, Francis, His efforts are hampered by his estranged partner, Laura, who is far from pleased that Adam is back on the scene. Frustrated with his life in dead-end Skelmersdale in the North West of England, Adam makes a drastic decision and takes to the road with Francis in tow, funding their adventure via a violent robbery. Adam hides the reality of his actions from Francis by spinning a childish fantasy for his son; insisting that they are pirates in search of buried treasure. But when Francis gets homesick the fantasy wears thin and Adam's love for his child drags him back to Skelmersdale to face the music. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Ed Morris (Drama) Sound department In a London pub, a young Englishman meets his French ex-lover one last time to try and convince her not to return to her husband in Paris.
Film (short) by Ed Morris (Drama) Sound department A young man meets his ex-lover to find out why she left and tries to win her back. She, however, has other plans.