'Loewe Sound' Adds Recreational Aspect to the Volume Adjust

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Here's a clever way to highlight the "extremely realistic sound" touted by Loewe.

You've got a choir performing a piece. When an invisible remote zapper toggles between sound options, the orchestra changes in order to provide the desired audio texture. As "bass" increases on a dial, some bassists run in; a woman raises her voice -- then lowers it -- as treble changes; and higher volume results in a last-minute dash to the stage by previously-unseen performers.

The conductor's "WTF?" face ties it all together nicely, and the ad wraps up by panning away from the choir to reveal a television frame. Nice work by Scholz & Friends/Berlin, and production firm Element E.

We can also envision an online engagement opportunity on the website -- letting users toggle sounds from their keyboards in various settings. No such luck yet though.


by Angela Natividad    Mar-10-09   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Commercials, Video   

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