We are ICTUS Audio
A full-service audio production house providing music and sound design for films, commercials, XR and live installations. Our works have been showcased in international platforms such as Cannes XR, SIGGRAPH Conference, Venice International Film Festival, and Seattle International Film Festival.
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Yao Wang is a SOCAN award-winning musician and XR audio technologist. She has been working at the forefront of immersive art and sound, from speaking about spatial audio at Facebook and AES to becoming the audio director of Cannes XR’s metaverse and SIGGRAPH’s VR Theatre. A trained film scorer and sound designer, Yao has storytelling in her heart and attempts to solve narrative issues in XR experiences with the power of music and sound.
Awards & Recognition:
- SOCAN Foundation Award for Emerging Audio-Visual Composers, first prize winner
- John Lennon Songwriting Contest Lennon Award, winner
- Nominated for Berklee Today’s 30 under 30 alumni feature
- 21st Valence Scénario International Film Festival, Best Original Music Award
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Awards & Recognition:
- John Lennon Award – John Lennon Songwriting Contest
- Official Selection – 77th Venice VR Expanded
- Official Selection – Seattle International Film Festival
- Berklee KAO Infosystem Award
- Berklee ICE fellowship
TEAM & COLLABORATORs
COO of ICTUS Audio and ICTUS Music Academy
Tamara has gained an excellent reputation in Montreal and abroad over the past 25 years. She holds a BMA from the University of Windsor in Voice Performance (1995).
Demonstrating an impressive range in repertoire and style from pop to jazz to classical, she has performed recitals of lieder, opera roles and oratorio as well as jazz and pop in Ontario, Quebec and Michigan. Tamara combines an active performing career with her passion for teaching. She has been the Classical Voice & Music Theatre teacher and chamber music coach at Vanier College in Montreal since 2002.
Tom Olivier- Beuf
Tom Olivier-Beuf is a pianist, accordionist and composer based in Paris. Raised in a family of Award-winning musicians, he’s studied at the finest french conservatories since age five.
In 2016, he is awarded a $30,000 scholarship to the Berklee College of Music and starts a new chapter of his life in Boston. While studying Jazz and Film Scoring, Tom is also a music business tutor at Harvard University and performs weekly at the legendary Wally’s Jazz Cafe.
After touring with Javon Jackson (Jazz Messengers, Elvin Jones, Freddie Hubbard), Tom moves to Los Angeles where he writes music for NBC, ESPN, ABC, Fox Sports, and the French Ministry of Culture among others.
Currently living in Paris, Tom is defining his sound palette, working on projects ranging from operas and plays, to video games, audio books and short films, and performing in theaters and jazz clubs across Europe and the US.
Composer, Sound Designer &
He has two solo albums under his name and various performances internationally. His numerous collaborations include Robert Rich, George Kallis and Nico Mastorakis among others. He is currently based in London, UK.
His compositions, performances, and installations utilize meticulous, architectural music production in order to turn emergent artifacts of failing technology into aesthetic sonic objects, inspired by retro sci-fi, anime, and the glitches in the Matrix.
In 2008, he had the honor to be part of the first YouTube Symphony Orchestra, which played a sold out concert at Carnegie Hall, NYC, under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor of the San Francisco Symphony. In 2010, he founded a tango group, Guardia Nueva, who created the same year, the tango festival called Tang-aux-foins. First tango festival in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean and one of the few in Quebec, 2022 will be its tenth edition.