THE JOURNEY was written as an avenue of refreshing. It is an instrumental composition that has several short movements that are bridged from one to the other. Toward the end, many of the themes merge in and out, hopefully bringing a pleasant and peaceful experience, as the listener… Continue
Added by Gary Lanier on July 31, 2009 at 2:00pm —
We are currently trying to find good managment. Anybody out there got good suggestions of where to start?
William C. Heffernan
Added by William C. Heffernan on July 28, 2009 at 1:18pm —
Well this is just a quick blog post to say "Wow!"
These arrived last night and they are amazing. I'll go into more and more detail over the coming weeks.
In the meantime please take this demo put together extremely hastily. I will be refining it over the next few nights.
This doesn't even get close to showing what LASS can do but… Continue
Added by James Semple on July 28, 2009 at 4:30am —
Well I had an interesting week writing some hiphop tracks for a local artist in Dayton - they wanted NWA/Public Enemy style tune. I made quite a few for em, not sure yet which ones are being used but this is my favorite one, the whole thing is built from my favorite symmetric diminished which made it fun for me
Its 3rd in my player now, called "Groove Attitude", hope you enjoy it hehehe ;-)
I need a glock and a blunt with this tune, maybe I could be NWA honorarium?
Added by Chris Alpiar on July 24, 2009 at 5:00am —
In Jakarta, July 2009
JW Marriot n R Carlton
make me cry.. so silly killing people with boms. My concert on August has canceled.. Sorry
Added by Gatut Suryo on July 23, 2009 at 1:21pm —
I've done a lot of different music. Some better than others, but over the years my skills have grown in every area. Of course, my lack of focus has made it so I'm not great at anything, but kinda good at a lot of things. This is NOT the way to a career in the world of popular music (as a general term. An ambient album is never going to be "popular" no matter how many copies you sell). It has, however, given me a lot of tools at my disposal for doing something like, for example, film scoring.… Continue
Added by Josh Loughrey on July 21, 2009 at 12:02pm —
Recently I have begun in earnest to pursue a career in the world of film scoring. It's going to be a long journey, so perhaps keeping a blog here might be a good idea. People here might be interested in it, as well as have some suggestions for me (if I'm making a "wrong move", or an idea I have could be better), and those not as far along as me might learn from my mistakes and successes. In short: hello everyone! I hope we can be friends and learn from each other!
We'll start at the… Continue
Added by Josh Loughrey on July 18, 2009 at 2:45pm —
Andy Hughes Suite
A while ago I lost a friend very dear to me. You can read about him here
. This is a suite I composed in his memory.
The Will Stream
The Endeavour Stream
Added by Jack Pickett on July 13, 2009 at 11:14am —
Most of what I compose is for TV - usually promos for cable networks.
Here's a recent example that aired on TLC:
TLC's Father's Day Promo Campaign
TLC called me up with an emergency.
They had purchased the rights to use this song, but not the RECORDING (that's a separate right) and they needed it to fit the standard 30 second format. It's a country song by Keith… Continue
Added by Chris Merritt on July 7, 2009 at 3:00am —
Building studio false walls
Like many of you, I have a lot of instruments in my studio, and I love having them close by and ready to be played or recorded. But it really does create a lot of clutter, so I…
Added by Chris Merritt on July 1, 2009 at 12:00am —