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Classical Favorites: The 400-year project

By Admin | Sep 30, 2014

Working for production music libraries is almost always about writing new music. While there are some constant exceptions such as Christmas music, even then, more often then not, we are writing something new. But recently David and I, with our good friend Julian Gallant, have been putting together a huge project of Classical favorites for…

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Around The World In 80 Plays

By Admin | May 3, 2014

Given that we write music on different continents and share it numerous times per day via the wonder of the world wide web, I suppose that the ease in which the material is transported over the Atlantic should alert us to how straightforwardly end users the world over can immediately access our music. Still, it…

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Recording Dixieland – A New Orleans tradition

By Admin | May 1, 2014

The first thing we did once we found out we were going to be recording a Dixieland album in New Orleans was to start listening to Dixieland music properly. There are several ways in which a person can listen to music. Obviously, sometimes we listen for pleasure but any composer will tell you, sometimes we…

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BBC Count of Monte Cristo Project: A Pair of Briefs… – Part 1

By Admin | Mar 25, 2014

Background A client within a client… We were asked by our publisher (Audio Network) to work on a Radio Drama for the BBC. The BBC had approached them wanting music for their forthcoming Radio 4 drama series A Count of Monte Cristo. Audio Network asked us to work exactly to the BBC’s brief but also…

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