Film Music Magazine Launches Featuring Film & TV Composer Studios and Music

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Film Music Magazine announces the launch of, the magazine’s latest online destination for film and television composers that features photos and descriptions of the studios of working film & TV composers from around the world along with links to the composers and their music.
The new website highlights the technology and tools used by working film and television composers, and features photos as well as and descriptions of the technology, hardware and software used in their studios.
“We’re excited to give composers a look at how their peers work in the industry,” said Film Music Magazine publisher Mark Northam. “One of our primary focuses with this project is on everyday working composers around the world who have streamlined their studios for maximum efficiency and production. Composers often spend so much time working by themselves that they don’t get a lot of time to see how other composers have designed their studios.”
The website launch features composers including:
Michael Baiardi (Los Angeles, CA)
Joseph Carrillo (Los Angeles, CA)
Jim Daneker (Nashville, TN)
Fabrice Goguet-Chapuis (Bourdeau, France)
Kevin Richard Hotte (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada)
Ciaran Hope (Pasadena, CA)
Stu Kennedy (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
Rafaël Leloup (New York, NY)
Robert Charles Mann (Paris, France)
Mark Menza (Dallas, TX)
Karin Okada (West Hollywood, CA)
James Peterson (Santa Monica, CA)
David E. Russo (Pacific Palisades, CA)
Robert S. (Freedom, NH)
Brian Satterwhite (Austin, TX)

Additional composers will be added each week. Composers are welcome to submit their studio information and photos by visiting:
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