Multi award-winning Spanish musical force speaks on the nightmares that led his treatment for the re-make of Evil Dead, the iconic film that encouraged him to branch out from classical music, and the heaven he experienced during the creation of his score for The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
In this episode of Secrets of the Score, highly skilled Emmy winning composer behind For The People and The Snowy Day takes us through his original cue called “The Bell Tower” from season 2 of Netflix’s satirical comedy-drama, Dear White People.
Goldo Sync Report shares their recap of the 34th Annual BMI Film, TV, and Visual Media Awards at Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles. We spoke to a range of notable BMI composers about the impact of the legendary John Williams. Full list of winners inside.
Goldo Sync Report offers their insights from five of the interactive panels at the 9th Annual ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles.
Maverick HMMA nominated composer of Mudbound fame and cutting-edge independent artist speaks on her striking musical treatment for Joshua Marston’s religious drama, Come Sunday, the history underpinning her Gullah/Geechee ancestry, and how ignorance is never bliss when it comes to discussions of gender and race.
Expressive modern classical artist and Emmy-winning, Oscar-nominated composer speaks on his process to musically mirror the character metamorphosis in Marc Turtletaub’s Puzzle, the challenges of conveying layers of emotion through minimalism in his scores, and what he considers to be the Ferrari of pianos.
Dynamic founding partner of Secretly Group, co-owner of Fort William Artist Management, and burgeoning music supervisor speaks on the complex experience of soundtracking Netflix’s hit docuseries, Wild Wild Country and his progression from bootstrapping an indie label in his Indiana dorm room to managing a lavish portfolio of businesses within the music industry.
Distinguished Senior Director of Film/TV at ASCAP speaks on her journey from psychology and neuroscience to the music business, her role in nurturing the next wave of talent in the composing world, and what to expect from this year’s ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO in May.
Lost In Space
Ready Player One
Isle of Dogs
In this episode of Secrets of the Score, passionate Grammy winning composer, best known for his work on Juno, Casual, and Superstore takes us behind the scenes of his Naked Marco Polo cue from Kay Cannon's risqué prom comedy, Blockers.
Valiant lead composer for Trailer Park and Guild of Music Supervisors Award recipient shares his top gear picks to make his music sound larger than life, the complex story behind Stranger Things' homage to Michael Jackson in the season 2 trailer, and how his life would be radically different if he never checked his junk folder.
Internationally celebrated electronic musician turned television composer, founder of Ancestor, and esteemed member of The Echo Society speaks on setting the stage for the menacing power politics of Billions, developing unique musical characters for each of Hannah Baker's tapes in 13 Reasons Why, and how spirituality has been a guiding light to ward off negative energy and stimulate creativity.
Brazen KCRW radio personality, award-winning music supervisor at Elias Arts, music publishing ace, artist manager, and professional photographer discusses his high-octane metamorphosis in the entertainment industry, the joy of being a DJ, and his sharp words of wisdom for the next generation of music supervisors.
Guild of Music Supervisors Award winning dynamo, integral Neophonic Music & Media team member, and founder of Tadpole Audio dishes on tapping into the psyche of a murderer for American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, her creative synergy with PJ Bloom, and her top tips for getting a response from a music supervisor.
The fastidious musical chameleon and co-founder of DuoTone Audio Group speaks on the rationale behind his treatment for the key incident in I, Tonya, teases out the modernized East meets West soundscapes of Netflix's Marco Polo, and explains what a vacation from your computer can do for your artistry.
You Were Never Really Here
Mozart In The Jungle
A Wrinkle In Time
In this episode of Secrets of the Score, Emmy nominated, BAFTA winning, and Ivor Novello nominated composer of Limitless fame takes us behind the scenes of his mind-expanding treatment for Errol Morris' Wormwood and the lavish, cunning world of The CW's sophisticated reboot of Dynasty.
Tenacious artist manager, founder of The Marat Berenstein Company, and adjunct professor at NYU's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music speaks on his illuminating experience working for the legendary Art Garfunkel, the importance of being a person of integrity in business, and how social sharing has radically changed the distribution of music.
Grammy, Emmy, and Golden Globe winning songwriting luminary and founder of Realsongs speaks on the powerful and timely message behind her 1960's inspired Oscar nominated song from Marshall, the tremendous response to her sexual assault survivor anthem with Lady Gaga, and the tenacity that has propelled her long-term success.
Goldo Sync Report shares their wrap-up of the 8th Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards held at The Theater at ACE Hotel in Los Angeles. Explore the full list of winners here.
Imaginative award-winning composer dishes on his dynamic collaboration with Harry Gregson-Williams to create the rustic, colorful musical treatment for Early Man, the delicate balancing act of serving a director's vision, and his contribution to Rupert Gregson-Williams' elaborate score for Wonder Woman.
Fifty Shades Freed
This is Us
The End of The F***ing World
First lady of the Black Ink Crew franchise and founder of Vinyl Rules Music Supervision speaks on synching Macklemore ahead of his widespread success, what to expect sonically from Eat, Brains, Love, and the nuanced art of pitching your music for success.
In this episode of Secrets of the Score, ASCAP Award winning composer for Beverly Hills 90210, The Blacklist, and Dragon Tales and founder of Slashing Music takes us behind the scenes of various cues from the Steve and Nancy Carrell produced TBS series, Angie Tribeca.
Vibrant Emmy nominated, BAFTA winning, and Ivor Novello nominated composer speaks on breathing new life into the luxurious reboot of Dynasty, providing a twisted treatment for Errol Morris' "everything bagel" Wormwood, and the brilliant results of musical hibernation.
Goldo Sync Report shares the incredible nominees for the 90th annual Academy Awards categories, Best Original Score and Best Original Song. Listen to the stunning music from the critically acclaimed films here.
Multi-award winning powerhouse composer and two time Cinema Brazil Grand Prizes nominee shares about honoring the rich tradition of Latin-American music in an electronic world, balancing the beauty and darkness for Narcos, and why he believes he was made for film scoring.
The Shape of Water
In The Fade
Star Trek Discovery
24 Hours To Live
Synthesizer wizard, master programmer and sound designer, and founder of PlugInGuru dishes on the creative process behind his revolutionary patches, his mission to teach electronic music creators how to customize their own sonic palettes, and how he came to refer to himself as "a walking gift of life".
Music supervision prodigy, eminent record producer/DJ, and all-around cultural tastemaker speaks on the current state of popular music, shaping the wild sonic identity of Comedy Central's hit show, Broad City, and names his top "ones to watch" for the year ahead.