• FIVE QUESTIONS FOR MAX BAILLIE

    FIVE QUESTIONS FOR MAX BAILLIE

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    One of the UK’s top violinists, Max Baillie has performed on some of the finest film soundtracks in recent years, including How To Train Your Dragon, Spectre, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Red Sparrow and many more. As a highly sought after chamber musician and soloist, he has worked with composers such as Steve Reich, Bkjork and John Williams, which has seen him...
  • FIVE QUESTIONS FOR DOGSBODY SOUNDS

    FIVE QUESTIONS FOR DOGSBODY SOUNDS

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    Michael Johnson AKA Dogsbody Sounds, is a creative sound designer and musician based in Liverpool. Combining his years of experience as a musician, sound designer working , with his sonic explorations into the world of modular effects and experimental recording techniques, he has created a sound which is unlike anything else out there. In 2020 he released an album under 4Track All-Stars titled "5123" which was the result of years of experiments and some improvised...
  • FIVE QUESTIONS FOR LAURA KARPMAN

    FIVE QUESTIONS FOR LAURA KARPMAN

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    Laura Karpman is a five time EMMY winning composer based in Los Angeles. A bold, incandescent talent, she creates powerful, imaginative scores that push the boundaries of storytelling. Her award-winning music, spanning film, television, theater, interactive media and live performance, reflects an audaciously creative, prodigious, fresh spirit. Laura collaborates with the most creative filmmakers of our time, including Misha Green, Steven Spielberg, Alex Gibney, Kasi Lemmons, Rory Kennedy,...
  • #4 HOW TO WORK WITH FILM DIRECTORS!

    #4 HOW TO WORK WITH FILM DIRECTORS!

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    If you've ever had trouble communicating with a director, here are five of our top tips to help you out! 1. Friends When you get hired on a project, you will likely be working with a director. They will lead the way with the overall vision for the film, and are essentially in control of what makes it in to the movie and what gets thrown out. Many...
  • #3 FIVE TIPS FOR A COMPOSER HOW TO WRITE AN EFFECTIVE EMAIL

    #3 FIVE TIPS FOR A COMPOSER HOW TO WRITE AN EFFECTIVE EMAIL

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    Sending effective emails is an art. It is entirely possible to find work through cold emailing, as long as you are doing it correctly. Here are five tips to get you started! 1. Purpose The first thing you need to think about is what your purpose for emailing the person is. Do you simply want to introduce yourself? Do you want a job from them?...
  • #2 FIVE WAYS TO GET WORK AS A COMPOSER

    #2 FIVE WAYS TO GET WORK AS A COMPOSER

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    Are you wondering how to get work as a composer? Here are 5 of our best tips! 1. Networking Events First, signup and go to all networking events in your area. Easier said than done for most of us introverts. To get the best out of the event, you should not go treating it like a chance to hand out as many business cards...
  • #1 FIVE TIPS FOR A COMPOSER HOW TO CREATE A BETTER MOCKUP

    #1 FIVE TIPS FOR A COMPOSER HOW TO CREATE A BETTER MOCKUP

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    Have you ever wondered what makes a good sounding mockup? Here are five of our best tips for improving the overall realism of your musical scores! 1. Voicing The first thing to consider is that the aim of a mockup is to create a realistic sound. A great piece of music that is badly arranged is never going to sound good, and in the film world...
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