1st Logo (January 26, 2005-2006)
Logo: On a black background, we see the blue letters spelling "Digital". They all go to the center and meet, creating a flash, which brings up the Audiowave logo (AUDIOWAVE with some colored small squares at the left) and the text "Digital Sound" at the bottom, and they zoom in and stop. The words "THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL SOUND RIGHT NOW" fades in below and slowly zooms in.
FX/SFX: The letters meeting at the center, the flash, the zooming in, the slogan fading in.
Music/Sounds: Same as the SDDS logo, but with the choir note extended.
Availability: Was used as an introduction logo for Audiowave. First used in the DVD of The Weldon Gang released in January 26 of 2005. Last appeared on the DVD release of Awesomeness This Day!. Also seen on old releases/prints of The Weldon Gang in theaters.
Scare Factor: Low. The use of darkness and SDDS music doesn't feel friendly.
Logo: An explosion occurs, which brings up the golden AudioWave logo. Copyright info is seen below, or sometimes not at all.
FX/SFX: Just the explosion. A light also moves around the logo.
Music/Sounds: A short explosion sound.
Availability: This logo was only used on a few DVD's and Blu-Rays. Examples are the 2006 DVD of McStutterpants, and the 2008 Blu-Ray releases of R-Force and Kool. It, however, made a surprise apperance on the 2016 DVD of Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff: Teh Monvie.
Scare Factor: Low, because of the sudden start.
Nicknames: "Purple Diamonds"
Logo: We see a black background, with purple diamonds moving on it. Then more purple diamonds (more brighter than the others) zooms in segments. It backs to the wall of diamonds to end up on another more, but with the diamonds gray. When they stop, they form the AudioWave logo. The company's name moves below the logo, while the copyright info and website fades in below.
FX/SFX: Nearly the same as the Trimark DVD logo but with some differences.
Music/Sounds: Same as the Trimark DVD logo.
Availability: Uncommon. Examples are the 2007 DVD's of Parkour, Cryptid Creations: The Movie and Adian 2, 2016 releases of Kool 2.0 and some Blu-Rays.
Scare Factor: Same as the Trimark DVD logo.
Logo: We see a blue blip appearing and forming 3 3D squares that spin around and shrink After 3 spins, we see "Audiowave", and the squares stop spinning. The words "Digital Sound", "The future of digital sound you've never heard" the URL and copyright info fade in below the logo.
FX/SFX: Simple, but great CGI.
Music/Sounds: A ping sound (similar to Endemol's), followed by a humming synth.
Availability: Common. This logo is used in tandem with the previous logo and then appeared on many DVD's during 2008. Examples are the 15th anniversary DVD edition of Tom and Jerry Blast Off to Mars and the 2016 DVD of Roll City.
Scare Factor: Minimal; it's harmless.
5th Logo (2011-present)
Logo: On a white background, we see the text "THE BEST DIGITAL SOUND YOU'VE NEVER HEARD" fade in, then fade out. When it fades out, the background fades out to revealing it was a part of a flash and we see some water colide together, creating a big splash. The water later flies somewhere while the camera pans towards it, and the water creates the Audiowave logo. Then the logo becomes it's normal colors, while "Digital Sound" and copyright info fade in below it.
Variant: On 4K Ultra HD releases from 2016-present, the text 'THE BEST DIGITAL SOUND YOU'VE NEVER HEARD" is replaced with the Audiowave 4K Display logo.
FX/SFX: The water coliding and turning into the logo, all great CGI.
Music/Sounds: Water sounds are heard when the water colides and turns into the Audiowave logo, and a whoosh when the logo is colorised.
Avalibiliy: Common. Seen on lot of DVD's and Blu-Rays that are Audiowave Certified, such as the 2014 Blu-Ray re-release of Heavy, the DVD and Blu-Ray releases of The 3DMM Movie, and the 2016 DVD of Kittens. Also seen on the Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD releases of Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff: Teh Monvie. Also seen on DVD and 4K Ultra HD Randomia releases of Team Super and 2016 Blu-ray releases of The Weldon Gang 2, but the DVD and VHS releases do not have an Audiowave logo
Scare Factor: Minimal.