Who Pays?

“I think it (the use of music in a TV show) is more of a promotional opportunity in 2013.” So said PJ Bloom recently, one of the “most successful and sought after music supervisors” PJ Bloom spoke in front of a packed room at AIM’s Sync Licensing to TV, Film, Adverts and Games event. Having worked on hit shows such as CSI: Miami, Nip/Tuck, Glee and currently American Horror Story, he told indie execs how to get to the gatekeepers of sync and what they should expect to get out the process: nothing, apparently.

September 2011

This has been a year of mixed emotions. A little over two months ago Michelle and I finally married after first meeting 31 years ago.

What Is The Auricle?

There is no such thing as 'moving pictures'. A movie is a collection of still pictures or 'frames' shown in sequence at so many frames per second - giving the illusion of movement.

Studio Update

I have started to do mockups of movie scores again so I have updated and expanded the studio hardware and software.