Ant-Man and the Wasp
Queen of the South
Sicario: Day of the Soldado
Cloak & Dagger
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot
Shock and Awe
Thrilling SOCAN and BMI Film Music Award winning composer speaks on highlighting themes of friendship and self-sacrifice within the chaotic destruction of Rampage, his “pinch me” moment while scoring the action-packed global phenomenon, San Andreas, and artfully balancing historical accuracy and modern innovation for the savage period drama series, Frontier.
Inventive Emmy nominated composer discusses taking an expansive orchestral approach for the gothic horror children’s film, The House with a Clock in Its Walls, how scoring Hemlock Grove inspired the creation of his lavish Bandrika Studios, and the anticipation building around the Broadway adaption of the sultry hit vampire series, True Blood.
In this episode of Secrets of the Score, seven-time BMI Award winning composer gives us an exclusive look at his high octane Hero theme from the first season of The CW's Black Lightning. Special appearances by Trevion "Tempo" Stokes (vocalist extraordinaire), Matthew James (composing assistant, engineer, musician), and Rene van Verseveld (music programmer and owner of Future Sound Studios).
Prolific Emmy winning, Grammy nominated composer explains the use of unusual meters in his grandiose musical treatment for Ant-Man and the Wasp, the rewards and challenges of sustaining a love affair with modular synthesizers, and what he believes are the three constants within his extensive, colorful body of work.
Daring punk rock label owner turned founder of Synchtank discusses how he pioneered the ultimate software platform for managing and monetizing music assets, the importance of a glowing reputation, and how his technology has cracked the code on generating passive income for creators.
Grammy nominated music supervision warrior and founder of Spot Music discusses how he captured the essence and energy of Chicago for The Chi, his global treasure hunt to find undiscovered Bob Marley gems for the critically acclaimed Marley documentary, and offers his take on the current relationship between art and tech.
Fierce Managing Director of Tunefind, the leading digital search platform for music placed in film and television, speaks on harnessing the power of their far reaching tribe of users, how their orientation lends support to the music supervision community, and her essential advice for artists looking to maximize the impact of a sync.
Resplendent composer, conductor, and orchestrator behind the critically acclaimed classical work, Ellis Island: The Dream of America discusses the American pioneer spirit refracted through the immigrant experience and the grandiose piece he has in store for the 220th anniversary of “The President's Own” United States Marine Band.
In this episode of Secrets of The Score, soulful BMI TV Award winning composer and multi-instrumentalist breaks down his original cue, "The Kids" from the Super Bowl Sunday episode of NBC's Emmy and Golden Globe winning drama series, This is Us.
Industrious Creative Advisor and A&R Team Lead for award-winning Portland based agency, Marmoset Music speaks on the complexities of collaboration behind high profile ad campaigns, empowering Caribbean independent artists through Bacardi and Major Lazer’s Music Liberates Music initiative, and blending his passion for tech into his everyday work flow.
13 Reasons Why
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
The Gospel According to André
The world’s most recognizable professional free runner, accomplished stuntman, and mind blowing parkour athlete dishes on how to eliminate the fear factor of his sport, his collaboration with sneaker king, Robert Purvy to design a signature shoe, and starring in the longest televised chase scene in history for Hawaii Five-0.
Gifted Golden Globes nominated composer speaks on remodeling the work of Bach within his explosive hybrid score for Ocean’s 8, how he convinced Aaron Sorkin to let him capture the essence of a rock band for Molly’s Game, and the innovative sequence he’s most proud of from medieval epic, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
Oscar nominated avant-garde composer and prepared piano genius discusses his sonic battle with the sea for Baltasar Kormákur’s Adrift, modernizing the tale of Guy Fawkes with electronic textures for Gunpowder, and capturing the punk yet polished attitude of Patrick Melrose.
Four-time Emmy winning composer and BMI Champion Award recipient speaks on transforming classical music with motorcycles and car parts for Mozart In The Jungle, breathing new life into the work of great American poet, Langston Hughes through Ask Your Mama, her Grammy winning multi-media opera, and what the Alliance for Women Film Composers is taking on next.
In this episode of Secrets of the Score, notable composers behind YouTube Red's breakout Karate Kid revival series, Cobra Kai guide us through their original cues, "Slither" and "The Wrong Path" from season one.
Consummate music supervisor and valued team member at SuperMusicVision dishes on the significance of Breaking Bad being her first project, her creative exchange with Judd Apatow to curate the musical experience for Love, and her impassioned dedication to LGBT activism, which led to the establishment of Dyke Day LA.
Illuminated and experimental music supervisor speaks on her trial by fire entry to the field after the success of The Duplass Brothers’ The Puffy Chair, her complex collaboration with Noah Hawley and Jeff Russo to manifest the psychedelic atmosphere of Legion, and how a sync from Fargo led to the expansion of a farm in Zambia.
The three brilliant pioneers behind virtual instrument empire, Heavyocity speak on the ideology that propels their groundbreaking product line, the obstacles they faced in launching their first product, Evolve, and how their enduring family bond has been instrumental to their success for over a decade.
Goldo Sync Report shares their recap of the 33rd Annual ASCAP Screen Music Awards at Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. We spoke to a diversity of ASCAP composers about the creative process behind their award-winning scores. Full list of winners inside.
Charismatic BMI Film & TV Award winning composer dishes on the eclectic sonic palette he employed for the upcoming radical series, AMC’s Dietland, the philosophy behind melding two stark musical worlds on Empire, and the reason why he misses scoring for Revenge.
13 Reasons Why
Avengers: Infinity War
Dear White People
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.