As a composer, I reject the idea of “branding” and I see several “colleagues” doing the same. However..Read More
Writing Christmas music means you can use a boatload of sleigh bells on pretty much anything, including a techno beat.Read More
Finally, Salome Voegelin starts the first chapter of her book “Listening to Noise and Silence: towards a philosophy of sound art” defining ”listening” not “as a physiological fact but as an act of engaging with the world”. The very moment I read that, I started thinking about the soundscape we’re immersed in every day in a different light.Read More
The first and third cornerstones are the easy ones: you can work on them and get better at your craft with experience.
Knowing what you want to say though, that's a whole different story and it’s a double-edged sword in the world of music for media.Read More
Last year I bought a book that has changed my creative life in many different ways.
That book is Sylvia Massy “Recording Unhinged: Creative Unconventional Music Recording Techniques”.Read More
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