Audrey Arbeeny

CEO/Founder, Audiobrain

Emmy-Award winning Audrey Arbeeny is Founder/CEO of Audiobrain, globally recognized pioneers and leaders in sonic branding. With 25 years experience, she founded Audiobrain in 2003, which is now home to 7 in-house composers, 70 collaborators worldwide, and a client roster of global brands including Google, Microsoft, Logitech, Whirlpool, and Holland America Line. Audiobrain has a 100& client return rate. She has been Music Supervisor for 9 Olympic Broadcasts with NBC, for which she received 2 Emmy awards. Audiobrain has created many iconic sounds including Xbox 360, IBM ThinkPad, and KIA Motors sonic logo. She also conducts extensive research in psychoacoustics and biomusicology. Awards include 2008 and 2012 Emmy Awards™ for NBC Beijing and London Olympics Broadcasts, and Communicator Award Best Audio Production Corporate Image Virgin Mobile USA. She served 2 terms on the Board of Governors of the National Academy of Television Arts and Science NY Chapter, and has been featured in many publications including Fast Company, Variety, The New York Times, Ad Age, Forbes, and The Atlantic, Sonic Branding Speaking Engagements include Advertising Week's Audio Summit, The Voice of Healthcare at Harvard Medical School, Voice Summit 2019. Audrey has been featured on many podcasts, and advocates for the development of intentional audio to promote health and well-being. She educates on sonic branding at both Pratt Institute and SVA's Masters in Branding Program in NYC.

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