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TV and Film Scoring

For those of you that are known for TV and film scoring let yourselves be known to those that would seek your experience. Also for those of you that would like to try your hand at penning a TV or film score.

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Comment by Tamara Mark on July 5, 2011 at 3:37pm

http://desaylesgreymusicnetwork.ning.com/video/demo-1-the-de-sayles...

DeSayles Grey Orchestra is available for events in the New York area from Northern New York to New York City. Please feel free to check out the band not only through watching this video but through his social network http://desaylesgreymusicnetwork.ning.com.
Comment by Rodney Taylor on May 14, 2011 at 9:10pm
www.rodneytaylormusic.com
See me for scoring and composing as well!
Comment by SHANGOBAND on July 9, 2010 at 12:00am
Hail up Jaijai ! looking to work on some tv and film scoring, give me a link if working on a new project. Bless !!!!
Comment by TzeMan on June 16, 2010 at 5:00pm
Hi ALL! Just joined this Group. I'm a Jazz/Classical Composer/Arranger living in Grand Rapids, MI, USA, interested in getting into tv/film scoring. Hope you like my stuff!
Comment by Lannie Battistini on June 25, 2009 at 10:49am
Hey everybody! Been writing original songs for over 30 years. I have a certain collection good for many film themes. Want a chance to use my gift in movies. I Can write (and fast) to suit. (Berklee School of Music graduate in arranging, compositions, Film scoring and songwriting).
Comment by Joani Taylor on May 21, 2009 at 1:21am
Hi there all,
I'm excited that I'm featured NOW on the Jazz network and I'm really wanting to make the most of this great oportunity. I have sung on scores for film and have had a tune from my latest recording placed this week in a Film. I'd love to write a song for a film. Please check out my feature on the main page here and if anyone has more advice please drop it on me.
Cheers to you!, Joani Taylor
Comment by Heshima Moja on February 20, 2009 at 8:48pm
Hey everybody. You can check out some of my work @cdbaby.com/heshima, here on the jazz network, or on a new film coming out this spring called "El Barrio". I have three placements on that film. Aside from that, I am always available to actually do session work to play on your compositions. Hope to talk to all of you at some point.
Comment by Joani Taylor on November 1, 2008 at 11:59pm
Check out my new video by the young hot Director and DOP
Chayse Irvin. You can view it on my page here or on my web site link.
So glad we did it.
Comment by brad catron on September 10, 2008 at 7:47am
HI ALL, BRAD CATRON HERE I APOLOGIZE FOR NOT BEING HERE MORE ,HOWEVER I MUST GIVE THANKS TO THE HIGHER POWER FOR KEEPING ME SO BUSY .
IM ENJOYING WHAT IVE READ SO FAR. I HAVE A SHORT COMMENT THOUGH. THE TV INDUSTRY HAS BEEN FOCUSED ON ELECTRONIC DRIVEN THEMES FOR A LONG TIME, THERE IS SOME KIILER THINGS BEING DONE. I THINK IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER,IF ITS A SERIES AND THE DIRECTOR IF ITS A FILM. IVE BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE WORKED IN BOTH SCENARIOS, AND I PREFER WORKING WITH A HANDS ON DIRECTOR..IF YOU GO TO BRAD CATRON .COM YOU CAN HEAR SOME SNIPPETS OF A FEW FILMS.
I WANT TO INCORPORATE MORE JAZZ INTO SCORES BUT YOU REALLY NEED A DIRECTOR WITH VISION, LIKE SPIKE LEE AND TERRANCE BLANCHARD,
ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT WRITING AND COLLABORATION
Comment by soni on August 27, 2008 at 12:08am
Hai nice to see you all many thanks best regards -soni from Jakarta Indonesia-
 

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