Run by Jeremy Conlon, a freelance sound recordist – sound engineer, musician, and composer, who has had over 29 years experience in many facets of the music industry, and more recently the film industry. He is based in Alice Springs, and been in the Northern Territory since 2003.As a location sound recordist Jeremy has built a professional kit that allows him to work on documentaries and short films in the Northern Territory. He also undertakes Field Recording in his travels, to build a libarary of environmental sounds and ambience for future projects.
He is commitited to capturing the stories of the Northern Territory to and industry standard and professional quality, and where possible, upskilling others in the process.
Recent productions include “Robbie Hood” (Ludo Studio / Since 1788 Productions – Dylan River), ‘The Australian Dream” (Good Thing Productions), ‘The National 2019, Art Gallery of NSW artist interviews” (National Galley), ‘Yarripiri’s Journey’ (PAW Media – SBS/NITV (Songlines) and “Bulunu Milkarri A Story Of Sky, Sea and Spirit” (Aboriginal Resource and Development Services (ARDS) and Screen Australia Funding).
As a producer, musician and songwriter Jeremy was a member of Adelaide band The Violets(12/6 string acoustic ), ABC TripleJ favorites in the 90’s, and has continued his electronic persona Cooperblackfor the last 20 years, also with songs played on Triple J and many community radio stations in Australia. Jeremy also plays in Alice Springs based bands Stellar Sea and Bug Eyed.
Jeremy has a degree in Classical Composition, and very much enjoys arranging and composing for contemporary songs and new classical instrument based compositions.
Credits include the ARIA award winning albums “Gurrumul” (credit – additional recordings) and “Rrakala” (credit – assistant engineer, New York City Avatar Studio) by Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu (Skinnyfish Music), “Muyngarnbi – Walking With Spirits” (credit – sound engineer) – featuring Tom E Lewis and Ross Hannaford (Daddy Cool), Nabarlek – ‘Manmoyi Radio” (sound/mix engineer – Skinnyfish Music), ‘Tjamuku Ngurra’ – Tjintu Desert Band (credit – producer CAAMA), KND album ‘MUZIK IZ 4EVA” (credit – producer CAAMA Music) and has had the great privilege to recorded many traditional and contemporary songs from indigenous and non indigenous musicians throughout Australia.
He has recorded in many diverse environments, from world class studios, burnt workers huts in Arnhem Land and fireside bush sessions, utilising vibrant and creatively inspiring places to capture unique sound.