Tag: happy

Track Treat: Phil Lober’s epic and unique electronic track “Fly”

A few weeks ago, Phillip Lober has released his new unique track called “Fly”. Here’s what he had to say about it: This is the most fun I’ve had all...

/ 22nd July 2015

Becoming A Full-Time Composer: From A To F#

Becoming a full-time composer can mean a lot of different things to different people. It can mean spending all of your time at a piano, composing dozens of pieces of...

/ 5th October 2013

Soundtrack Review of “Life of Pi” by Mychael Danna

When I started to see footage from the film; I was blown away by the richness of the visuals. From the colours, to the wonderful looking Visual Effects; I was...

/ 6th April 2013

Introducing Finnish composer Lauri Koivisto

Today I’d like to introduce you to Finnish composer Lauri Koivisto. He’s a a freelance musician and composer from Helsinki who graduated from Helsinki Pop & Jazz Conservatory. His music has been...

/ 19th March 2013

Soundtrack Review of “The Hobbit – an unexpected journey” by Howard Shore

After Howard Shore Composed, Orchestrated, Conducted and Produced, what is in my opinion, the greatest Film Score ever written for The Lord of the Rings, where he created over eighty...

/ 18th March 2013

Hendric Bünck’s “Albert the Chicken (maintheme)” takes you on a divertive adventure

This piece by young composer Hendric Bünck is full of diverting episodes telling new stories about a fantastic adventure. Running away from the past, coming home, feeling safe, a good...

/ 16th March 2013

The Trailer Music used in the campaign for Life of Pi

I’m very much looking forward to Life of Pi and so I thought, why not collect some of the great music featured in the trailers? You can read about it below....

/ 21st November 2012

Review of Composer Franck Barre’s Soundtracks and Trailer Music

You listen to a track. You like it. You start listening again. If you really like it you share the track. You start listening to it every day. It becomes...

/ 3rd November 2012

French composer Franck Barré takes you to “Another Land”

Big news ahead! We just finished two interviews with two very talented young composers within the last days which will be published together with the launch of our blog next...

/ 27th October 2012

Felix Baumgartner feat. Lego & Extreme Music

Fortunately Felix Baumgartner didn’t hit the ground like his LEGO counterpart at 1:14! In case you haven’t seen this awesome LEGO stop-motion clip yet, you gotta check it out! The...

/ 16th October 2012