Satisfaction from a job well done

Last night I wrapped up my latest music project. It was a for new client that I just started working with a couple of months ago. The project was titled Ultimate Aggression. You can probably guess by the title what the project sounds like. I had an absolute blast working on it. In fact, I'd say as a whole, it's one of the most satisfying projects I've worked on. Not just because I really enjoy writing heavy aggressive music, which I DO, but also because of the reaction I got from the client today when I submitted the last few tracks - "Thanks for the great work here. Fantastic job..." They also said to let them know whenever I'm ready to do another project for them which also made me smile. All in all, a good way to start the day.

It wasn't long after that when I heard from another music library that a composer friend/colleague of mine referred me to. After a quick email exchange I was offered a deal to be a composer for this library and my first gig is writing music for a couple of shows, one on VH1 and the other on A&E. More details to follow in the coming weeks :-)

And to top it all off today I found out that I had some new placements as well. There were a couple more episodes of Dr. Oz, another episode of Abandoned and then two new shows, both of which air on NBC. The first is the TODAY show and the other one is The Voice! Very excited to find out about that one! They used my cue "Tension In The Air" that I highlighted in my last entry. That's the seventh different production that has used that particular cue.

Until next time..

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