The Audio Network Blog

Top Tips for Composers

By: Andrew Sunnucks
Date: 28 Jan 2014


So you love writing music. You want to build a career writing music. Here are some tips from the Audio Network music team of some dos and don’ts! 1) Create your own sounds Although there are loads of sample libraries around, it is always exciting to hear fresh new sounds which aren’t generally available and over-used. 2) What are you trying to write? Think about who is going to use your track and why. Keep focused on the use and make sure your music paints a picture. Some composers...

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Brand New Music for January

By: Lucy McGougan
Date: 14 Jan 2014


Happy New Year! To kick off 2014 we have 18 brand new albums to welcome to the catalogue. Here are just a few of the highlights. Country Pop First up we have Country Pop from composers Pete Masitti and John Andrew Barrow . The album features contemporary country pop songs with introspective teen female vocals. American Heritage American Heritage is from Lincoln Grounds , Thomm Jutz and Randall Breneman . Recorded in Nashville, these stirring and evocative themes create the perfect backdrop to...

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Japanese Music: Authentic Inspirations.

By: Angel Lam
Date: 10 Jan 2014


I grew up listening to Japanese music, and fell in love with Japanese culture at age 6. My first time visiting Japan was when I was 7 years old. Japan in the 1980s and 90s was a child’s dream. All the attractively conceptualized animation characters on television and high-end boutique stores came alive in the land of Tokyo. I never wanted to leave. In the coming years, my family moved to California, but my father had an import and export company in Hong Kong, and he was doing many...

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