Blurring the boundaries between classical music and ambient electronica, Max Richter is one of the most prominent composers of his generation. As of now, he’s also a studio owner...
Hannah Peel, composer, producer and broadcaster, talks to Caro C about her solo record career, including the shortlisted 2021 Mercury Music Prize electronic album, scoring music for Game Of Thrones and her many other diverse projects.
HBO’s Chernobyl exposed the horrifying story behind the 1986 nuclear disaster — and made a star of composer Hildur Guðnadóttir.
His remarkable versatility has made Federico Vindver the go‑to collaborator for Timbaland, Kanye West, Coldplay and more.
Pop writing and production today is a team game, and the Monsters & Strangerz are one of the hottest teams around.
Perhaps best known for his television work, Matt Berry’s true love has always been music and the analogue instruments he uses to make it.
Nainita Desai chats about her distinguished career, from her beginnings as a foley artist right through to becoming a busy and successful award-winning composer.
In a rare interview, legendary composer Vangelis shares his thoughts on the role of synthesizers in music — including his beloved Yamaha CS80.
New York-based producer/engineer, songwriter and music educator Illmind has wide-ranging credits extending all the way from 50...
Louis Bell's unique perspective on songwriting and production has brought massive success with acts such as Post Malone, Jess Glynne and Selena Gomez.
We visit the tiny home studio scoring television animation's biggest hit since The Simpsons.
Together with David Guetta, French producer and composer Fred Rister created the hits that made EDM a global phenomenon.
We conclude our in-depth guide to the world of library music with an essential cut-out-and-keep explanation of the key words and phrases you’ll hear.
Composers need publishers. But are they there to help us, or help themselves?
Karl Marx predicted that history would repeat itself as farce — but he never saw a role for expert pop parody!
Like any way to make a living, library music has its pitfalls. We help you look out for some of the biggest!
There’s a lot of money to be made writing music for movie trailers — so you have to be good. Have you got what it takes?
A trailer can make or break a blockbuster movie, and the choice of music can make or break a trailer. Chances are that music will be library music...
Success in the library music world is partly about who you know — so get out there and get to know people!
How can you ensure that your library music hits the spot? What better way to find out than to ask the people who buy it!
Successful library music writers are efficient, productive and reliable as well as musical — all skills you can develop too.
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