• Productions mediaHYPERIUM was involved with won 8 Grammy Awards in 2005 and 2 Grammy Awards in 2004 as well as numerous Grammy nominations.

• Quadruple Platinum Album (Ray Charles: Genius Loves Company).

• DVD Entertainment Award 2005: Best Music Performance.

• 2005 TEC Award for Outstanding Creative Achievement Record/Album.

• 2005 TEC Nomination for Outstanding Creative Achievement Surround Sound Album.

• 2005 Surround Music Awards nominations for Best Multichannel Reissue and Best Mix: Non-Orchestral.

• Experienced in collaborations with other global software and hardware industry players (Sony, Philips, Panasonic, Broadcom, DTS, Universal Music, Warner, Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Google, etc.).

• Associated and in collaboration with McGill University, Montreal, Canada (Music Research, Production)

• State-of-the-art productions with highly-experienced, award-winning personnel.

• Excellent international reputation.

• Advanced media recording technology and capabilities (multi-channel audio, 3D audio, 3D video [using technology and techniques unknown or unavailable to other studios]).

• Audio successes include Ray Charles: Genius Loves Company

• Video successes include Stan Getz: The Last Recording (DVD Entertainment Award 2005: Best Performance), Chick Corea: Akoustic Band (‘2005 Music DVD of the Year’ Finalist; Billboard DEMX Awards), Miles Davis: Live in Munich. (DVD Entertainment Award 2002: Best Music DVD & 2002 VSDA Award)


Team Member Spotlight

Wayne Orr, Head of Video Productions

His video/music resume reads like a Who's Who of pop music, from concerts with The Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra, Neil Diamond, Whitney Houston, and Cher, to music videos with U-2 and Kiss.

Other Credits include: The Three Tenors, Specials with Luciano Pavarotti, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Placido Domingo's production of "Il Postino,"as well as the Grand Opening Celebration of the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, He was involved in the groundbreaking series, "Keeping Score" with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Orchestra.

Other legends of music that Wayne has had the pleasure to work with include, Carlos Santana, Barbra Streisand, The Who, Michael Jackson, Van Halen, Harry Connick Jr. and Faith Hill. Wayne is especially proud to have volunteered his services for the historic production, “We Are the World,” which helped to raise awareness about starvation in Africa.

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