Sound with Vision

Syn is an award-winning music agency and creative resource delivering from idea to execution around the globe


The Secret is in the Mix

Original music and sound design composed and produced at our world-class facilities 


Hit the Spot

Need a tune? Find fresh, totally original tracks for immediate use in the ever-expanding Syn Songs library


Make a Noise

Campaigns, integrated marketing and brand activations, from concept to finale, music included


Set the Scene

Live music and sonic branding for clients who want to sound the best they can


It's all about the voice

Recording and coordinating dialogue at our world-class facilities


Syn coordinated the Tokyo launch event of Goose Island Beer Company. Great beer, great food, great music, great people!  #gooseishere #Syn25thAnniversary   

Goose Island Website:   

Goose Island on sale at Rakuten:

Nick supervising a live recording session with a Macedonian Orchestra.  Technology makes working with LA, Canada, Macedonia, and Tokyo in real time a reality. Very huge things are coming up at Syn, so stay tuned!

Syn LA's Seiya is always involved in exciting projects.  Last year, he was up in Alaska doing sound work for Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch" Season 12.


March 11, 2016

March 11, 2016 is the 5th anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake that devastated Japan.  Five years later, we are still remembering those we have lost while overcoming tragedy with a sense of hope for the future.

Nick Wood’s song “Hope (feat. Julian Lennon, Tetsuya Komuro, BEYOND Tomorrow Students)” was released in March 2012.  All proceeds from video and music sales are donated to Beyond Tomorrow, an organization that supports orphaned children of Tohoku and helps them to become our leaders of tomorrow.

If you have not yet seen the inspirational video for “Hope”, you can watch it here, on this day of remembrance and healing. We hope you can find the time in your hearts to donate to BEYOND Tomorrow.  Any little bit will help rebuild Japan and provide a brighter future for the children of Tohoku.

Thank you very much.

Check out this great article, by Sam Byford for The Verge, about the Talby phone that legendary industrial designer Marc Newson designed back in 2004.  Syn designed the UI, and our CEO and Creative Director Nick Wood did the sound design and wrote theme song that was also used in the commercial.

Read more about Marc Newson and Syn here:

Our good friend Silvio Lucio Anastacio came by Syn studio to record vocals for some upcoming songs.  Rick and Junya worked the session.

Hamacide + ChaCha's "Annie Gun (Yosi Horikawa Remix)" was #30 on XLR8R's Best of 2015: Top Downloads list.  Hamacide + ChaCha's "Thirty Hours" EP will be featured in the Syn Library coming soon.

About Hamacide + ChaCha “Thirty Hours” 

Hamacide + ChaCha’s second release, “Thirty Hours”, is a five-song EP that melds dreamy soundscapes, and abstract Mandarin Chinese into ethereal, beat-driven pop tunes. Although Hamacide is now based out of Tokyo, Japan, and ChaCha in Shanghai, China, the two still share a musical kinship that has grown even stronger and more experimental.  Yosi Horikawa lends his hand with a sublime remix that hits hard while wrapping you in lush layers of sound design.   Hamacide and ChaCha are long time collaborators.  In 2012, they released their first collection of tracks, “You Me EP”.  The title track quickly gained buzz with the help of Charles Lanceplaine’s documentary “Ordos”, which captured skaters in the untapped, and mostly uninhabited lands of an inner Mongolian ghost town.  Lanceplaine’s short film saw over 451,000 plays worldwide, and was picked up by international news sites such as CNN and ESPN.  This film and others can be seen on his Vimeo page [].

Beijing-based, Taiwanese multimedia specialist, Veeeky, designed the artwork for EP.  Her vivid and disjointed exploration of the everyday adds yet another dimension to the landscape of “Thirty Hours”.

Download “Thirty Hours” at: 

Stream “Thirty Hours” at:

Our work with Parachute VFX has been featured in Adweek for the second time!  Syn composed the music and did the sound design for this beautiful film.

Syn Tokyo held a Bonenkai, literally means "forget your troubles and woes of the past year and look forward to the new year coming”, at Syn Cafe on December 10.  A great time was had by all.  Check out the photos and video from the festivities below.

Catering by Mama Luli 

BrewDog Beer on tap 

Hatomasa Sake 

MHD - Moet Hennessy Diageo