Endless Noise Names Dayna Turcotte Executive Producer

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Santa Monica, CA, August 29, 2006- Endless Noise, one of the leading original music and sound design production companies in America specializing in commercials, TV programs, films, and multi-media projects, has named Dayna Turcotte as its new Executive Producer. Turcotte, who will be based in the company‘s headquarters in Santa Monica, CA, is the former Head of Production with Elias Arts. The announcement was made today by Endless Noise founder/Creative Director Jeff Elmassian.

In her new post, Turcotte will be responsible for overseeing music and sound design production, along with new business development, managing day-to-day company operations, supervising employees, and overseeing all marketing strategies.

ABOUT DAYNA TURCOTTE:

Dayna Turcotte joins Endless Noise from Santa Monica-based Elias Arts, where she was employed since l996, most recently as Head of Production. While with Elias, Turcotte oversaw music production for TV commercials, movie trailers, corporate ID projects, trade shows and Websites. She also launched two company divisions for Elias, Music Licensing and Sound Design.

Turcotte‘s projects during her years at Elias included campaigns for Nike, Infiniti, Acura, Napster, and Microsoft, among others. Additional clients included AT&T, Gatorade, SONY, Budweiser, Coke, Apple, Adidas, Sprint and Lexus.

Earlier, Turcotte, a native of Chicago, worked from l991-95 as a Senior Account Executive with Valentine Radford Advertising Agency, located in Kansas City. During her time there, she opened the company‘s Denver office, and supervised clients including Pizza Hut and Hallmark.

Relocating to Los Angeles in l995, Turcotte became a Senior Account Executive with Venice, CA-based Chiat Day Advertising and was the Senior AE on the Nissan national account. She left Chiat Day in l996 to join Elias.

Turcotte lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Bryan Ray, owner of Beta Petrol (a noted music licensing and supervision company for film and television,) and their son, Ford.

ABOUT ENDLESS NOISE:

Founded by renowned musician/composer Jeff Elmassian, music and sound design company Endless Noise, based in Santa Monica, CA, composes and produces innovative and cutting-edge music and sound design for commercials, TV programs, films, and multi-media projects. The company has recently produced music for Lexus, Ask.com, Adidas, Nike and others.

Building on its Grammy, 2003 Cannes Gold Lion/”Excellence in Music,” Clio, AICP, D&AD, London International Advertising, International ANDY, International Monitor, and One Show Award-winning accomplishments and its solid track-record working with leading entertainment companies and ad

agencies, Endless Noise offers the proven ability to create the perfect music and sound design for the world‘s most ambitious projects.

Endless Noise is located at 1453 Third Street Promenade, # 320, Santa Monica, CA. 90401. For more information, please call 310/566-1463, or visit

www.endlessnoise.com

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