Composing For Music Libraries

Learn the best methods to creating tracks that are purposed for submissions to Music Libraries.

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Learn the best methods to creating tracks that are purposed for submissions to Music Libraries, and how to set yourself up to earn an extra income from this important revenue stream.

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This is a self-directed course.
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1-year Access to the Premium Mentorship Course Discussion Group, where you will be able to discuss the subjects in this course, ask questions, be Mentored on the course, listen and interact with other enrolled course members and alumni, collaborate on relevant projects and assignments, and search the entire forum archive history for “Composing For Music Libraries”.

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About Evan Evans

Film Composer of over 60 Feature Films, Specialist on the Art & Craft of Film Music, Founder of The Composer Collective a media scoring firm with over 3000 global composers, Creator of CuePop™ the world's first fully automated online Music Library, and son of legendary Jazz Pianist Bill Evans.

Evans studied with Jerry Goldsmith, Joey Rand (Music Editor, "Titanic"), Steven Scott Smalley (Orchestrator, "Batman","Conan The Barbarian"), Marco Beltrami, Don Ray, Clare Fischer, Elmer Bernstein, and Lalo Schifrin.

He has worked for and trained under iconic Film Composers Danny Elfman, Jeff Rona, David Newman, Jerry Goldsmith, Lalo Schifrin, and Basil Poledouris.

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