MAVERIQ STUDIOS IS A LEADING STUDIO IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA. WE PROVIDE THE ENTIRE SPECTRUM OF AUDIO POST PRODUCTION SERVICES FROM MUSIC PRODUCTION, SOUND DESIGN TO AUDIO POST PRODUCTION – ACROSS ALL MEDIA CATEGORIES.
Original Music Composition
Songwriting & Lyricists
Ads & Brand Identities
Music Licensing & Clearing
Our Dedicated Team
TEAM MAVERIQ IS A DEDICATED AND DIVERSE COLLECTIVE OF AUDIO EXPERTS. WE COMPOSE. WE ENGINEER. WE CULTIVATE. WE CREATE.
Sherlock Holmes famously proclaimed that “the little things are infinitely the most important”. This statement rings especially true for Jason Lee, a sound engineer with a reputation for his incredible attention to detail and perceptiveness. Like any great detective, Jason is meticulous, thorough and a master of deduction in his own right. His career spans more than a decade and covers a broad range of audio specialties including mixing, sound design and 5.1 surround sound. His work can be heard in several animated series (including Saladin: The Animated Series and Harry & Bunnie) as well as the top-grossing Malaysian films, Polis Evo and Munafik.
Footballers, fans of metal music, and sound engineers all have something in common: they all love a good ‘kick’. As it turns out, one of Maveriq’s star players is all of the above.
As you would expect from any semi-professional futsal club player, Del is fast on his feet, a master of strategy and tremendously passionate. These qualities shine brightly through our studio every day. His finely tuned ears and his tech know-how help him score goals every time he is called upon to utilise his audio engineering skills. He loves to be in the middle of the action – whether he is playing an offence on the field, or finding solutions for our clients – and his enthusiasm and determination make him an MVP on team Maveriq!
Michelle. Est une belle. Qui sait très bien comment choisir les mots qui vont bien ensemble. Très bien ensemble. This lady wears two masks. Within the confines of Maveriq’s four walls, she is the sweetheart composer who weaves words and strings notes together, in between stocking the pantry with surprise sugary treats. But when the lights go down and the curtain parts, she adopts the guise of Froya, an indie singing-songwriting heroine who wields her powers of vocal manipulation to banish the doldrums and the apathy away.
There is an alchemy to creating audio. A shot of vocals. A mixer of instrumentation. A dash of effects. A drizzle of samples. A drop of foley. Stir it all up in a tumbler and shake it out, shake it out. Deploy, garnish and serve. Infinite combinations and infinite permutations. Labouring behind that methaphorical bar is Sel, Maveriq’s resident musical mixologist, who can grab different bottles at will and transmutate disparate elements into an elixir of aural harmony. Ask anyone and they’ll say that Sel is the go-to audio engineer for your celluloid, television, radio and animation requirements. And when he isn’t perfecting the pitch levels on a commercial, Sel will be mixing matters for music artists who find themselves at his bar, adding kick to their cocktails and oomph to their hooks.
They say he’s a pro at Pro-Tools. They say he can sweep a client off their feet. They say that his professional specialties are ADR and foley; and that his personal superpower is to dive into the Wikipedia hole and emerge with a head full of facts and figures ready to be deployed at a moment’s notice. They even say that he’s been known to go out in the pouring rain, crawl into the deepest crevices or wander to places where shadows dare not tread to collect that one elusive raw sound that could perfect a piece of audio. They would be talking about Lee Williams, the Head Sound Engineer honcho at Maveriq Studios. He’s on the level if he’s inclined; he’s a high, high climber; he’s one of a kind.
Annna believes that the children are our future. Some day, one day, she would like to start a space that would allow underprivileged children to pursue their passions, be it cuisine, art or even music. Just like what Annna is doing now, pursuing her passion in music as Production Producer at Maveriq. It isn’t always easy to get creatives into formation, but Annna manages to corral Maveriq’s team of talents together to execute a task with minimal fuss and maximum utility. She moves in mysterious ways to get people to do exactly what needs to be done, subtly cracking whips with a smile. It’s hard to say no to Annna, she’s got an air that you can’t say ‘No’ to. She’s also sweet, like chocolate.
A particular melody might make the one who sings it appear all the more divine. It is fitting, then, that someone with the name of an angel might have the ability to craft a heavenly song. Gabriel, an Australian native, has earned a reputation as a formidable tunesmith and performer. He has toured the globe with his own distinct catalogue of original songs in tow. It was during a tour of South East Asia that he and the staff of Maveriq would first cross paths. Since then, Gabriel has worked with the studio to complete his most recent album, All of Us. And now, it seems, he is here to stay. The compulsively creative individual may not be an angel, but what he lacks in wings, he makes up for with imagination.
Faster still, faster chill, pussycat. And in a flash, it’s done. You wouldn’t guess it from his slightly gruff, somewhat reticent exterior, but Adam’s mind works a mile a minute. He is Maveriq’s resident composing speedster – when business calls, like quicksilver, he hits the sonic grindstone and gets the job done. And done well. Versatile and prolific, Adam is Maveriq’s tailor swift of tunes and ditties. He not just composes, he produces too. Even after the office work is done, there is no slowdown: Adam keeps busy by dabbling in his DJ Soundwize alter-ego, dropping phat beats that keeps feet moving and hands in the air. Beyond that, he is also known to jump in his car and head for the hills – because sometimes what a person needs is an open road and a whole lot of speed
Everybody loves Raymund. A rockstar trapped in an Executive Producer’s body, Raymund is the glue that binds the Maveriq team into a well-coordinated whole, ensuring that each project is delivered on time, on par and on budget, with the minimum required amount of Facebook, Reddit and YouTube. He is the manifestation of Maveriq’s discipline, the studio manager that we need and deserve. If he had a serial number, it would be MAVERIQ-01, and he is the man who took the gospel of Maveriq and led a budding tribe through the storm to reach the shore, the cornerstone of what the studio is today. In between all that, he married and became a father, but his guitar is always by his side, ready to be among bright lights on a cold night…. caught up in the spotlight.
She flies through Maveriq with the greatest of ease, an organizational dynamo and a tornado of efficiency. Meredith is Maveriq’s executive producer who exists to plot the path forward, spot potential debris at twenty paces and smooth the tarmac for the team. It isn’t easy to pin down an exact definition of Meredith, because to say that she is in charge of new business development would be a simplification. She draws from an inexhaustible well of enthusiasm and energy to juggle her many, many Maveriq responsibilities. She is Maveriq’s maternal figure and the one to go to for questions, queries and support. Mother, do you think they’ll drop the bomb? Mother, do you think they’ll like the song?
All things have a beginning and Maveriq’s genesis is UK-born Paul Morrison, the award-winning Creative Director of the studio and the lifeblood of Maveriq. Acclimated with the hustle, he has three decades of experience in the industry – starting at only seventeen as an assistant engineer in Milton Grove Studios (London), to heading up the Post Production and Music Production division of Synchrosound Studios in Kuala Lumpur, eight years later. In 2001, along with three partners, Paul founded Wasp Studios which offered audio post and music composition services primarily to the advertising industry. Eleven successful years later, Paul rebranded it to “Maveriq Studios” and set a new vision for the company to strike a balance between advertising/film and music. Thus, the tagline – audio for visual. Inspired to preserve perfect moments in time, he found an intense desire to create and build a temple dedicated to our art. Today, he is here to outline the vision, manage the business, create the environment, uphold the standards and nurture the talent, new and old. Paul is also dedicated to supporting young talent wherever possible, for everyone has to start somewhere.