Artists in Motion

 

MartinLogan’s “Artists in Motion” film series spotlights the creative process in musicians and artists and audio innovators, all searching for their personal Truth in Sound, and sharing their experiences and their passions.

Sonny Emory

// Sideman Magic

Sonny Emory is a world-famous drummer and percussionist who has worked with legendary artists as varied as Eric Clapton and Earth Wind & Fire. Sonny shares the stress and reward of putting together his own band of musicians, and finding his personal Truth in Sound, on a new creative stage.

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Sam Sims

// Bring Back the Funk

You know Sam Sims, bassist and producer, from his work with industry giants Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Boney James, Bette Midler, and many more. We catch him in his home studio, where he works to create his Truth in Sound for a new solo record and tour.

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David Hartley

// The Offseason

Bassist and multi-instrumentalist Dave Hartley takes time off from his Grammy-winning band The War on Drugs to reconnect with his family and his own solo projects, but he discovers that there’s really no downtime for the truly creative when they’re on a quest for Truth in Sound.

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Tim Meeks

// The Harpejji

Tim Meeks is an audio engineer. He invented a new musical instrument, the Harpejji. It’s a captivating combination of piano and guitar, being used by world-famous artists like Stevie Wonder. Tim explores the art of creation, revealing the Truth in Sound, on the frontier of musical innovation.

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Where does Truth in Sound start? It begins with artists on the cutting edge of creation—composers, musicians, artisans, dancers, sound mixers, and DJs. Artists constantly in motion, never resting, always inventing, exploring, and pushing the boundaries of their art. Their passion is to create and find their Truth in Sound. And then, to share it with the world.

Uncompromising performance. Unflinching accuracy. Unwavering reliability. Harnessing the myriad technical advantages of electrostatic principles to recreate sound in its truest form—this is what MartinLogan is all about.