Yamaha 'True Sound' - Rupert Cross Interview

Music & Sound
London, UK
Music / Sound

Air-Edel’s multi-award-winning film composer Rupert Cross was interviewed by Yamaha about the source of his inspiration, the creative process of composing and the importance of being able to listen to sound and music exactly as intended.

Rupert spoke to Yamaha about the ways in which he composes and how 'True Sound' is meant to be heard how the artist intended.

The interview was filmed in Berlin, and the music heard is a variation of Rupert’s track ‘Delia’, taken from his album ‘Music For Three Plays’, which was released on Besant Hall Records in 2018.

About Air-Edel

Air-Edel is an independent music production company founded by Sir George Martin and Herman Edel in 1969. 

We have 50 years experience creating, sourcing and licensing music for advertising, film, television video games and theatre and have an in-house team of music supervisors and composers that we represent worldwide.  

We enjoy working with brands to create a soundtrack that's original and unique. Overseeing the whole creative process through from initial briefing and concept stage to final delivery.

We're also fortunate enough to own our own recording studios, Air-Edel Recording Studios, which we acquired in 1990 to ensure that everything can be done under one roof.  

The company has offices in Central London and LA.



Film Highlights include Bumblebee, Paddington 2, Atonement, Gladiator and Cinderella.


TV Highlights include The End Of The F***ing World, Sex Education and The Little Drummer Girl. 


Advertising Highlights include Asda, Skoda Enyaq, Mumm Champagne, Branston 'Hit of Home', Yamaha ‘Feel True Sound’, McDonald’s ‘The Sounds of Breakfast’, Kew Gardens 'Temperate House' and idents for PlayStation UEFA Champions League.