Since our launch in 1995, over 300 brands have used our expertise.
Our clients represent large and small businesses from a variety of industries who share the goal of strengthening their brand communication through the use of audio. The common thread is that each have recognized the power that music has to add value to their brand and customer experience.
Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, AREVA, Aventis, Bel, Chanel, Coca-Cola, France Telecom, Heineken, INPI, Lancôme, Michelin, Peugeot, Royal Air Maroc, Samsung, SNCF, Unicef…
It’s an end to an era for “Funky Town” as AREVA takes on its new audio identity created by Sixième Son.
Peugeot chose Sixième Son to create its first audio DNA – a dynamic and aspirational sound.
To increase their brand's impact and recognition, the operator of France's national lottery games, FDJ, chose Sixième Son to create their first audio identity
Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau
Atlanta steps ahead of the competition as the first US city to deploy a distinct and enriching Audio Brand.
To further growth and development, Bel Group created a powerful and distinct audio identity à la Sixième Son.
To support the strong visual identity that Michelin has established, Sixième Son created the brand’s audio identity.
Royal Air Maroc
To create its first audio identity, Royal Air Maroc chose Sixième Son.
In 2005, SNCF revolutionized its corporate image- the audio logo was a key player.
Well-known bank of the BPCE group reveals its audio identity by Sixième Son.
Simple, rich, elegant: Samsung’s audio identity illustrates an emotional brand with a minimalist design.
The world-wide leader for commercial real estate asked Sixième Son to be the sound and music architect.
5 years after kicking off its new visual identity, 2 years after defining its signature "Leading Energy Change", EDF creates its new sound identity.
Sixième Son is responsible for Cartier’s globally implemented environmental sound design.
An audio identity to underline their new positioning: home improvement is easy!
Following a group merger, the leading French real estate company created an audio identity to highlight its new positioning.