A groundbreaker in the world of advertising
and radio, Sonygraf emerged in 1954 thanks to a great entrepreneur,
Joan Daura, whose first studio in the heart of Barcelona quickly
led our company to become an indispensable point of reference
for a whole generation of professionals who were just starting
out in radio and television. The studios in calle Pelayo made
some of the most memorable inserts and spots in the history
of Spanish advertising.
During the 70s Sonygraf worked incessantly for Televisión
Española at a time when the latter still held the television
monopoly: it was the era of the great international series
and the first on-the-air programmes full of the life and inventiveness
of the early years.
The new generation engendered with Digit Sound has inherited
the quality and the professionalism of Sonygraf, affording
forward-looking approach to sound that has enabled us to respond
effectively to the requirements of the complex market of creative
In the 80s, the advent of the autonomous and private channels
came as a challenge that we rose to with relish and professionalism,
by expanding our facilities and investing in cutting-edge
technology, thus making Sonygraf the most competitive sound
track recording and dubbing company in the audiovisual sector.
If the entrepreneurial spirit of Joan Daura had been the Sonygrafs
driving force in the 50s, in the 90s it was Jordi Daura who
gave the Group its definitive push by creating Digit Sound,
conceived thanks to Sonygrafs experience in sound track
recording and dubbing to pre-empt the needs of a silver-screen
industry in the throes of an ongoing international expansion.
We have come a long way, from our first-ever Presto vinyl
recorder to our current state-of-the-art digital recording
facilities, and have managed to do so thanks to our continued
investment in technical and human resources, combining enthusiasm
and quality in the service we give our clients, thus making
Sonygraf an indispensable company in the audiovisual industry,
endorsed by more than 15,000 hours of production in half a
century of history.