Posts made in January, 2013


The year has started quite busy for me. Two days ago, I flew to Prague to record the score for RECYCLING LILY, a very charming romantic comedy, which I composed together with Philipp Schweidler and Moritz Schneider. We had a blast in Prague once again and the music was very different compared to what I’ve done recently so it felt like a really nice breeze of fresh air after doing quite a bunch of big and epic sounding trailer...

Read More

Welcome to the Daily Film Scoring Bits Archive of January to May 2013. If you want to read the most recent Tips, Tricks and Hints, head over to the other DAILY FILM SCORING BITS ARCHIVES! Follow me on Twitter or Facebook to receive the most recent tips 05/31/13: The amount and intensity of vibrato as a default playing style is highly depending on the instrument and also location of the orchestra. While string players naturally add...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest