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01 May 2017

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SCORE: A Film Music Documentary

A friend shared this trailer with me for a new documentary called “SCORE”. It features a host of major A-list […]

04 April 2012

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Tip from The Hunger Games Score: Forward Momentum

While listening to James Newton Howard’s score to Hunger Games, my ear caught a short section in the track Katniss […]

19 March 2012

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Write Music that Directs Not Reflects

I’m currently scoring a short film that has been an enlightening experience. I imagine this is part of every film […]

25 January 2012

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Using The Procrastination Dash for Composing

There is a great post by Merlin Mann of 43 Folders about the “Procrastination Dash”. The technique is that you […]

04 January 2012

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Software and Virtual Instruments in my Studio

I am often asked by composers that are just starting out about the software and virtual instruments I use, so […]

28 December 2011

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2011: The Year In Review

2011 was a busy and productive year! To cap it off I thought I’d write a summary of some of […]

15 June 2011

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When To Use Library Music

There is a consistently growing trend in film and TV music, which is a shift towards more library music. This […]

01 June 2011

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The Benefits of Time-Boxing for Creativity

One of the most difficult struggles for a film composer, writer, or artist of any kind is developing the discipline […]

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