- Music Supervisor. Music Producer. Tech Aficionado. Descendant of Odin.
I'm a music supervisor and producer working mainly in film. My latest projects are All Eyez On Me, Naked, Thor: Ragnarok, and SpiderMan: Homecoming. I am very keen on current happenings in tech and music. Love Sushi.
- music supervision, music tech, music production, songwriting, music licensing / syncing
- hip-hop, indie rock, indie pop, pop, classical, dance, house, neo-classical, indie electronic
Cool track. The structure is pretty great for promos or trailers. It's driving and keeps building to a more urgent feel. I'd say the string samples could be nuanced a bit. If I were you I'd connect with a trailer music library since they already have the relationships with the trailer supes and promo departments. This song would work well for something more inspirational like a project I worked on, Disney's Million Dollar Arm.
Intro feels cool. Definitely something that could work for commercials. Feels very light hearted, maybe too light hearted for a commercial as it gets going. Starting to feel like a children's story to me. If this is your typical style I would suggest trying to make it with a bit more song structure and focus on :30 beds for commercial use or maybe go after directly scoring some animated pieces since it just seems to fit with that vibe. Good luck!
Very epic cool sound. Could be good for trailers if it was a bit more driving with the drums. It's got lots going on and feels very important but the drums don't push it forward, it feels laid back. Nice vocals but again they don't seem to fit in with the hugeness of the track, I feel like there's a next level that it almost reaches near the end but falls short. Would love to hear more.
This is a beautiful piece. From a music supervisor's standpoint, it would show potential for a composer but as the song itself it wouldn't have too many licensing opportunities. Although Explosions in the Sky comes to mind and they've been licensed a lot in the past. The main difference here is that the piece doesn't grow exponentially as is needed for many types of media. This track could work well for film or tv but is not right for promos, trailers, or ads.
Nice track. My head was bobbing all the way through. I think it's great, production is solid and vocals sound good. It's got a nice serious vibe to it, so it may work well for film or TV. Unfortunately it doesn't take off and get big at all which is required for trailers and promos. Especially if it's over 4 minutes, you should add something in to really build the hype. Otherwise I'd shorten it, doesn't feel like it's necessary to be that long. While it's solid work, I'd say that the production could be a bit more forward thinking, push the envelope to stand out as original.