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    “Sugar Nutz” was featured in Super Bowl 50. Music by Stephen Cox, Published by RRHOT.

CBS PGA Tour Opener

PGA Golf 2014 Opener on CBS
Music by Stephen Cox
Published by RRHOT


Our story begins with a simple mission to develop complex solutions.

Over the past decade, Stephen Cox has had the honor of collaborating with some of the leading creatives in Central Florida on a wide variety of projects. Uniting this powerhouse of talent has been his dream in the making. As a working production house, our writers have produced a prodigious catalog of music ready to support any situation on the screen. Along with feature films and documentaries, our work can be seen and heard on many networks such as CBS, Discovery Channel, MTV, TruTV, TBS and more.

In addition to music and sound, our award winning video production crew can take your project from start to finish. From the Emmy award winning productions to the nationally performed orchestral work, our talented crew come from successful backgrounds and bring experience, efficiency and aptitude to any project.

Composer & CEO

Stephen Cox - Composer & CEO

Stephen Cox has been actively composing and doing audio post production work in the Orlando area for over a decade. His music can be heard regularly on CBS Sports, Discovery Channel, and MTV (to name a few) along with many feature films and documentaries. In addition to film scoring and music production, Stephen is an active sound designer specializing in dialog editing, ADR, Foley, and 5.1 mixing. He is an affiliate member of the M.P.S.E (Motion Picture Sound Editor’s guild). He is also an active publisher under ASCAP, BMI and SESAC performance rights organizations.

After graduating Berklee College of Music in 2002, Stephen quickly went on to score a variety of projects, picking up many clients and collaborators along the way. Stephen founded Unified Sounds with the sole purpose of bringing the best talent in the Orlando area under one roof. We are poised to take any project to the next level.
Composer & CCO

Danny McIntyre - Composer & Chief Creative Officer

Danny is an active musician of all styles, with a current emphasis in music for media. His music can be heard on CBS, CBS Sports Network, TNT, truTV and other national, cable and local networks. As a composer, his music is often heard as show openers, feature stories and during highlight reels especially. As an instrumentalist he has played keyboards and guitars on numerous studio projects, commercials and scores.

During the mid-90’s, he played in many rock and jazz groups performing all over Manhattan and the eastern seaboard. Compositionally, his influences and studies have ranged from jazz, classical and pop to various Asian styles specifically China, Taiwan and Japan. His doctoral dissertation titled The Tao of God combines Western and Asian musical and spiritual influences in a single piece for orchestra, organ and choir, as well as a detailed analysis of the work. The integration between spirituality and music is at the forefront of his artistic and philosophical life. As Chief Creative Officer of Unified Sounds, he is consistently scoring new projects and working with other composers to lead a production team of the highest quality.

Dave Kropf - Composer/Instrumentalist

With over 115 works to his credit, Dave’s compositional emphasis is on commercial and film music. His expertise ranges from orchestral to electronic music production with works being featured on the NFL of CBS, College Football on CBS, The Masters Tournament, The PGA, The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament as well as projects with Sony, Mediacom, Timid Monster, and other local Central Florida businesses.

Since 2012, Dave has served as a Course Director of music composition at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL. There he develops and teaches curriculum that prepares students for engaging careers in an ever-changing entertainment industry.

Dave holds a Masters of Music in Jazz & Studio Music from the University of Memphis.

Stephen Wheeler - Composer/Producer

Steve Wheeler is a composer, performer, and producer. His writing, performing, and productions cover a wide spectrum of styles including rock, jazz, hip-hop, concert band, orchestra, metal, techno, musical theater and more. Whether it's for film, radio, television, or any other media, whatever the music calls for, Steve can deliver.

As a composer, Steve was awarded the ASCAP Foundation Henry Mancini Music Fellowship in both 2009 and 2010. This allowed him the opportunity to study at the University of Miami in their Master of Music program for Media Writing and Production while teaching in and maintaining the Media Writing and Electronic Music studios. It was here that he also studied with and worked on projects with seasoned pros such as Raul Murciano, Dave Grusin, and Phil Ramone.
Composer/Game Music

Michael Schiciano

Michael ‘Skitch’ Schiciano is a composer/arranger and voice talent who has been active in producing music for video games, films, and media since 2008. His work has been featured on gaming platforms such as the Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, and iOS/Android devices, including the award-winning strategy game “Battle Of The Bulge” by Shenandoah Studios for iPad and iPhone.

Chief among his strengths as as composer is his versatility; from lush, driving orchestral themes, to sentimental period music, to catchy tunes inspired by the video games of the 1980s, he has delivered top quality productions across the board. Other styles of music Michael has written in include Jazz, Ambient, Electronic, and Rock. In addition to his musical talents, Michael has provided voice work for a number of video projects, principally in the form of instructional narration.


Music Production Library

Unified Sounds distributes a vast library of music ready to order. We can customize existing tracks to fit your needs or write something new at the drop of a hat. Please listen to our Production Library Sampler:

Film Scoring

Our team offers complete film scoring services on a budget. From mock-ups to the symphony, including orchestration, conducting, and full symphonic recording sessions. Let our experienced team bring your feature film to life.

Sonic Branding and Jingles

In the realm of advertising, sonic branding is one of the most important components of a company's identity. Our team will analyze your demographic, product line and work with you to create the stickiest branding imaginable. We can provide you with a wide variety of jingle styles for your company's advertising campaign.

Audio Post Production

With many feature films already released, Unified Sounds can handle any and all aspects of Audio Post Production for your project. Whether it's ADR (Looping) Foley, sound design or a 5.1 mix, we can make it happen.

Video Production

Lead by Patty Wolfe, our Emmy award winning video production team can take your project to the next level. From storyboarding to shooting to editing and mixing, our team can create the most engaging and accessible video productions no matter what the content or subject may be.

Torcon OceanMedicalCenter powerpoint from Patty Wolfe on Vimeo.

Record Production

Looking to create an album? Our team is ready to develop your sound, polish your performance and get your album ready for the air. Send in a demo and we'll see if you're the right fit.

Game Music

From scoring to integration and implementation. Michael Schiciano and our crew can write, produce and implement the music you need for a variety of gaming platforms.


We can take your song to the next level by arranging new parts as needed for any instrument. We'll find the right players and track it for you as well.

Vocal Production

In addition to vocal work for music, we also offer spoken voice overs and dialog clean up. We have many experienced VO artists at our disposal for TV and radio spots.

Mixing and Mastering

Our experienced crew have mixed and mastered countless projects for Film, TV and Radio. If you need a demo quality track turned into a radio ready hit, or a video production mixed for film and broadcast standards, look no further.

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