About Me.

I strive to produce creative soundtracks that are tailored to the aesthetic and narrative flow of the individual project. With a deep passion for sound and music, I value artistry, craftsmanship, diversity and originality.

Raoul Brand

Sound Designer, Re-recording Mixer, Dialogue & FX Editor

Raoul is an award-winning sound designer and re-recording mixer working across documentaries, indie features and TV.

Born and raised in Düsseldorf, Germany, his journey into film sound started as a musician, playing guitar in local bands. He moved to London to attend the School of Audio Engineering (SAE) and went on to produce music for television and advertising. His credits include scoring documentaries for BBC, Channel 4 and worldwide campaigns for Audi, Nike and BMW.

In a parallel career as a musician he worked with internationally renowned artists such as Carl Douglas of “Kung Fu Fighting” fame and performed his own music at the Royal Albert Hall, the Jazz Cafe and on tour with Mica Paris.

Building on his experience in scoring adverts and documentaries, he studied Sound Design at the National Film and Television School (NFTS) where he graduated in 2013. 

Since then, he worked on many highly acclaimed feature documentaries – such as the multi award winning films Poly Styrene: I am A Cliché, Almost Heaven and Irene’s Ghost. He was re-recording mixer on the breakout romantic comedy Rye Lane and Peter Strickland’s latest film Flux Gourmet which was awarded with a BIFA for best sound in 2022. As a TV sound editor, he most recently worked on BBC dramas Sherwood, Happy Valley and the ITVX show Nolly.