Dan Graham – Library Music

Wednesday 3 November 2021, 1-2pm [online via Minerva]

*Please note the later start time*

Library music composer and label owner Dan Graham will respond to questions about library music drawing on his extensive industry experience. As well as working as a composer himself, Dan runs the production music library Gothic Storm, providing trailer music for blockbuster Hollywood films. Regular clients include Disney (including Marvel and Lucasfilm), Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox.

In advance of the session, please read Dan’s series of really useful articles in Sound on Sound so that you have a good understanding of production music, and then prepare any questions.

There are 10 articles in the series, which you can access from the first one here.

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