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How do you source your film music? We are empowering creators to rise above…
Do you want to understand more about how a new music score is created for film and TV? Involve the music in your evolving creative vision? Be empowered to ask the right questions in order to get the score working brilliantly with your pictures, on time and within budget? You might even want to know how easy it can be to split library music up into its component parts to suit your needs?
Book a morning or afternoon one to one session where we lift the lid on how to create an effective score. Learn how one can use a small budget to great effect, understand how sound-design is critical in creating moods, and create sub-mixes in seconds!
Sampled or live instruments? Techno or ethnic or classical or a unique fusion? Thematic development to support the unfolding drama? New music combined with library cues? How to create an award winning score with a few hundred pounds!
Rambling library cues that don’t sit together in the edit doesn’t work in most shows – so be empowered and direct the music! E mail us for more details and availability of this popular service. Brilliant filming requires the update, bespoke music – commissioned or free.
Ground-breaking new resources (2016) ~ Tailor-made scores to suit every budget ~ Live recordings ~ A free exclusive online library of music
Imagine free library music, re-versioned to fit your new film – that’s why our work is popular. Let me know if you would like to share ideas. Currently working across seven projects. NC
Latest soundscapes cue ‘Silver Lining’ (published by EMI, London):
(click on the image to hear the music)
Latest feedback! ‘Really lovely stuff! Lovely tracks! Thank you’ (BBC1 Producer, March 2017) ‘Well done mate. The Thaw music did stand out.’ (BBC Exec Producer, January 2017) ‘We just mixed the Worldwide versions last week and they sounded fabulous – you did a great job with them!’ (BBC NHU Exec Producer, January 2017) ‘Just to let you know that Programme 1 is finished and sounds lovely. Big thank you for all your hard work’ (BBC Series producer, January 2017) ‘I can’t get my head around how you write in so many different styles! And I’m keener than ever to see your studio at some point, the level of production is incredible’ (Oxbridge Director of Music, December 2016) ‘Wonderful – thank you Neil for doing such a thorough and great job on it all.
Site updated 30/3/17