How SONGWRITERS Become Top TV COMPOSERS [with Steve Barden]





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Streamed live on Feb 19, 2018

In this episode of TAXI TV, we go over how to transition from being a songwriter to being a full-blown TV composer! If you're a songwriter who would like to create music for TV and Film, but you don’t know where to start, then be sure to take notes on this episode.

In this episode we will cover:

- The secret to making a six-figure income from composing Instrumental Cues for TV & Film. Yes, there are more people than you’d think who are doing that!

- What kind of recording set up you’ll need, and how inexpensively you can get in the game.

- How to choose the structure, length, chord progression, melody, instrumentation, sounds, and moods for the Instrumental Cues you write.

- Do different types of Cues work better for some types of shows than others? We’re not just talking about the genres – there’s more to it!

- How to think about the emotions you’re creating. There are several types of “happy,” and even more types of “sad.” We’ll teach you how to know which kind you should be writing about!

Get the inside scoop from Steve Barden on TAXI TV! We will cover everything you need to know in order to start your career composing for TV & Film.

Steve Barden's Bio.:
Steve’s a multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, piano, violin, and many other stringed instruments. His music can be heard on TV somewhere in the world on a daily basis, and he’s had placements on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, ABC Family, A&E, American Heroes Channel, Animal Planet, Biography Channel, Bravo, The Cooking Channel, Discovery Channel, E!, Food Network, Game Show Network, HGTV, Investigation Discovery, Lifetime, MTV, National Geographic Channel, Oprah Winfrey Network, Outdoor Channel, Oxygen, PBS, Science Channel, Style Channel, SyFy Channel, TLC, Travel Channel, truTV, Univision, VH1, and many more.

Steve has also written an excellent book, titled, Writing Production Music for TV, which is a must read!



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  • Category

  • Song

    • KKF3 Banana Jello A
  • Artist

    • Kevin Kiner, BMI/Steve Barden, ASCAP
  • Album

    • Scorekeepers
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    • AdRev for a 3rd Party (on behalf of Score Keepers Music, BMI/Sum Of Music, ASCAP); AdRev Publishing, and 1 Music Rights Societies


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