Unless you’ve worked in today’s television business, you can’t hope to understand the true meaning of job satisfaction.
Recent disturbances in the space-time continuum gifted our columnist an unsettling vision of Oxford Street, circa 2014.
One thing that never changes in the world of music: the people who make it usually end up getting ripped off.
You’ve got to be good to get ahead in this game. And not just at mending cookers.
In which our hero eats too much cheese before bedtime and falls into a strange, Cheddar‑fuelled dream...
To reach the top as a composer for the media, what you really need is ‘people skills’ — and the patience of saints.
No‑one makes demos any more — it’s just that any music we make is treated like a demo.
Today's composers are expected to be available around the clock — and around the globe.
Title? Composer for the media. Job description? Squaring the circle...
Online delivery means fewer ways for things to go wrong, but it also makes media composers more faceless than ever and robs us of some vital excuses.
Where there's a newly independent republic struggling to establish itself on the world stage, there's an opportunity...
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