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The development of the marketing and movie industries over the last 100 years informs much of what we call sonic branding. The obvious connection is the way in which these two industries have used the power of sound in its various guises and in the following chapter we will start to unravel the medium of sound itself. The goal is to understand its mechanics and its relationship with humanity, so that we can fully harness the power of sound. Just before we get into things, it is worth stating that for our purposes the words ‘sound’ and ‘sonic’ mean the same things.
Some very famous artists’ records have been used to the great profit of the artists and record companies if not, necessarily, to the brands. CocaCola, a brand with a rich heritage of music licensing, has taken tracks from the likes of the Everly Brothers, the Supremes and even Marvin Gaye. It says much for how their understanding of sonic branding has developed, however, that since the early 1970s, Coke has used original music. In fact, in 1971, Coke had probably the greatest hit in sonic branding history.
McDonald’s and more recently by AsSeenOnScreen, one of the UK’s leading Web retailers, would later adopt this approach. Throughout the 1940s, the jingle culture continued to develop. ‘PepsiCola Hits the Spot’ (words and adaptation by Austen Herbert CroomJohnson and Alan Bradley Kent) was the first network radio jingle. It was made into a record and over one million copies of the jingle were successfully placed in jukeboxes around the United States. Even more popular, perhaps, than Pepsi, was the jingle for Chiquita Bananas, a brand of the United Fruit Company.