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Magma ExpressBox 3T

15 November 2013 in System Expansion

The Magma ExpressBox 3T provides three full-length PCIe slots in a small desktop enclosure with a pair of Thunderbolt ports…

Yellow Technology GrandStand

27 November 2014 in Integration Hardware

After many years of having to make do with what the market had to offer in terms of loudspeaker stands,…

ADAM A77X

04 March 2014 in Loudspeakers

We have long considered ADAM to make the best ribbon-tweeter based studio monitors available. Their S3A was a real favourite…

George Fenton

02 October 2013 in Composers, Writers and Arrangers

George has been a client of Yellow Technology since 2003.  In 2007 we consulted on and built a new studio…

Simon Russell

12 September 2013 in Composers, Writers and Arrangers

Simon was one of Yellow Technology's very first clients, having been recommended through our work with the Chapell Recorded Music…

David Poore

01 October 2013 in Composers, Writers and Arrangers

We started work with David in 2009, consulting on the refurbishment of his Bristol-based studio. This included the design and…

VSL Vienna Special Edition

20 June 2013 in Sample Libraries

Vienna Symphonic Library's Special Edition series aims to bring the most useful contents of the extensive Symphonic Cube library into the reach of mere…

Audient ASP008

20 June 2013 in Microphone Preamplifiers

The Audient ASP008 is an 8-channel microphone preamp with optional analog-to-digital conversion. The ASP008 takes the preamps from Audient's ASP8024…

RME Fireface UFX

02 July 2012 in Audio Interfaces

The RME Fireface UFX is a FireWire and USB audio interface supporting up to 30 channels of I/O, comprising 12…

ATC SCM50 A PRO

20 June 2013 in Loudspeakers

The SCM50 has long been the mid-field monitor of choice for many audio professionals across the world. Over the years…

ADAM A5X

20 June 2013 in Loudspeakers

A number of ADAM loudspeakers have formed part of our product portfolio for many years now. ADAM have managed to…

George Fenton

George has been a client of Yellow Technology since 2003.  In 2007 we consulted on and built a new studio at George's new London home and then in 2013 George called upon our services again to rebuild his farm studio in Berkshire.  We provide George with on-going maintenance and support through a Performance Plan.

Best known for his work in film and television, George Fenton is one of the UK’s most successful composers, writing scores for over 100 films and collaborating with some of the most influential filmmakers. In 1990 he composed the score for the BBC Natural History series, Trials of Life, his first collaboration with Alastair Fothergill and the start of a creative relationship that has spanned over 20 years culminating in the Earth Trilogy: The Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Frozen Planet. This trilogy has changed the face of natural history filmmaking bringing the wonders of the planet to mass audiences worldwide.

Fenton’s score matched the ambition of these series, masterfully using music to underscore the stories unfolding on screen. Following the success of The Blue Planet, for which he won Ivor Novello, BAFTA and Emmy awards for Best Television Score, Fenton created the show The Blue Planet in Concert, which has been performed by the world’s leading orchestras. Due to its international success, Fenton was then asked to create Planet Earth in Concert, which toured America in 2010, and the UK in September 2012. Frozen Planet in Concert completes the trilogy and premiered at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles in July 2012 to rave reviews and sell out audiences. The show is now on a worldwide tour having been to Osaka, Tokyo, Melbourne, Shanghai and Amsterdam where it played to 20,000 people.   Over the next year all three shows will perform in cities across Europe, America and Asia.

Alongside his work in natural history Fenton has continued to compose for theatre and film. Recent projects include the soundtrack for Terry Gilliam’s latest sci-fi film Zero Theorem and he is currently working on Ken Loach’s new film Jimmy’s Hall and the new Disney Nature Film, Bears due for release in 2014.

Throughout his career Fenton’s work has been recognised with numerous awards, receiving 5 Oscar nominations, multiple Ivor Novello, BAFTA and Emmy awards; a Classical Brit; the Nina Rota award at Venice; a Lifetime Achievement award from the Royal Television Society and a Fellowship of The Royal College of Music and BASCA.

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