A Composer’s Unique Selling Point

A Composer’s Unique Selling Point If you seriously want to pursue a career as fulltime composer, you should try to develop a strategy that sets you apart from the rest of the people in the business. The world doesn’t need yet another “media composer doing every...

Exaggerating Your Portfolio

Exaggerating Your Portfolio When being new in the field of writing music for media and not having a lot of references and jobs that you have done, trying to get a gig that pays well and/or will have a higher impact on your career is always tricky and also not very...

Paying for Job Offers

Paying for Job Offers There are quite a few people and companies who try to make money from the fact that the market for media composers is extremely crowded and everybody is looking for jobs. There are a few platforms online that promise access to “job offers” if you...

Feedback Time Clause

Feedback Time Clause One thing that can sabotage even the most comfortable time buffer on a project is a client who takes forever to give feedback on drafts/demos. Unfortunately, this is not uncommon as directors/producers usually have a lot on their plate during post...