Tag: Interviews

Introducing composer and cellist Christof Unterberger

A while ago we had the chance to meet composer and cellist Christof Unterberger at his home studio in Vienna. After reading quotes by big shots like Hans Zimmer, Jeff...

/ 16th September 2014

Pop Songs Made Epic – Interview with Composer Walt Ribeiro, Creator of ForOrchestra.com

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing composer Walt Ribeiro, author of the website ForOrchestra.com. Walt got the idea of making his own orchestral arrangements inspired by famous pop-songs and...

/ 5th July 2014

Agus González-Lancharro about the past and future of Really Slow Motion

After one hell of a year and even more rewarding months in 2014, Really Slow Motion gave its fans what they were longing for: A public release called Fiery the Angels...

/ 4th July 2014

Composer Kristin Burdal: Through Marshlands and Gear Cities

Some people enjoy composing music as a personal hobby, but others carry with them the dream of composing in the big leagues. Norwegian composer Kristin Burdal is one of the...

/ 5th March 2014
Yoav Goren Interview

Immediate Music: Interview with president and co-founder Yoav Goren

In this year’s April, we had the chance to meet the president, co-founder and composer of Immediate Music: Yoav Goren. In 2013 Immediate Music can celebrate its 20th anniversary. As Yoav...

/ 21st November 2013

BOOM, BAM, DRONE: Insights about switch. and first trailer placements

Besides ReallySlowMotion there is another young company in the news this year when it comes to Trailer Music: switch., providing artist-driven Trailer Music. From here on you will read a lot about what the...

/ 28th October 2013

New Talent on Youtube: Interview with Musician and Composer Jonathan Russell aka JDRcomposer

With the rise of the internet, trailer music composers and companies like Audiomachine and Two Steps From Hell are able to gain recognition like never before. Sharing and enjoying music,...

/ 22nd October 2013

Introducing English Composer Rick Horrocks

Film, Television, and Video Game Music has never been bigger than it is today. Some say that it was at its best in the 1960’s, some say the 1970’s, some...

/ 12th October 2013

Introducing Dutch composer Jochem Weierink (Boomerang Music)

The trailer for “One Chance” using Jochem Weierink’s We Where Kings shows how you only have to believe in yourself to become whatever you always dreamt of, either an opera singer...

/ 4th October 2013

I have a dream…: How to become a Hollywood Composer

“I have a dream….”, although I’ve heard this one before, it certainly was the trigger for my project to leave Europe and to give it a try in the United...

/ 5th September 2013

Interview with German composer Valentin Boomes (Immediate Music & RSM)

When we met Yoav Goren a while ago here in Germany he mentioned a composer called Valentin Boomes. He spoke about him as a German composer who got contracted recently...

/ 17th June 2013

Behind the horror: Exclusive report about switch.’s “Dark Matter” by Adam Gubman

Trailer Music is made to let people act as if they were controlled by a higher power. This power can force them either to listen to a track, an album...

/ 15th June 2013