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06 March 2017

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Present More Than One Idea

In the beginning stages of a project, getting off on the right foot with the client is crucial. One way […]

02 February 2017

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Establishing a Theme in a Feature Film

There is an excellent video on the Sideways YouTube channel called “How Pixar Uses Music to Make You Cry”. In […]

09 January 2017

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The Easiest Way to Write Is by Forcing Constraints

Photo by clement127 “Writer’s block” is not just for authors. Although I’ve never heard the phrase “composer’s block” before, anyone […]

06 July 2015

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Use Opposites to Stay Interesting

Photo by Dean Hochman. I’ve written about this in the past, but the topic is so central to creating compelling […]

21 February 2013

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Improving Your Music by 1000%

I read an article today from Wired about Google CEO Larry Page and how while most companies focus on improving […]

30 July 2012

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29 Lessons, Ideals and Nuggets of Wisdom at 29 Years

Just for kicks for my 29th birthday I decided to make a list of 29 quotes, ideas and nuggets of […]

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 […]

29 February 2012

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Gumroad

I discovered a new tool last night called Gumroad which looks like it has a lot of potential for direct-to-consumer […]

22 February 2012

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Composing with Paper and Pencil

Believe it or not, I think that one of the best ways to compose is with paper and pencil. Away […]

13 July 2011

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Takeaways from the Tim Burton LACMA Exhibit

I went to the Tim Burton exhibit at LACMA a few weekends ago and it was fantastic. I strongly encourage […]

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