Press Play on Tape. Who’s that?
After graduating from a Sound and Broadcast Technology school, he moved to Paris and got his first job in an ad agency.
There were just too many interesting and talented people to meet, so he ended up sticking around for 10 years. First as a chief film editor, then as a special effects artist. But the love of music was too strong: Loïc then became sound designer for the agency, and created his first recording and post-production studio there.
In 2009 Loïc decided to play it solo: he created his own company, Press Play On Tape. That’s right, the studio we’re talking about, right here, right now.