Movie & TV Show Soundtracks Written/Composed by Producers

Besides being masters of their craft and killers behind the console, plenty of producers have also written, composed, and been the masterminds behind some top movies and tv shows!

Take a look, you’ll probably be really surprised by some of their credits.

Survive -2 of these guys are the masterminds behind the creepy soundtrack to the Netflix hit ‘Stranger Things’

The Crystal Method – ‘Bones‘, ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation‘, ‘Almost Human‘.

Zach Cowie – ‘Master of None‘ staring Aziz Ansari, ‘Public Enemies‘ (staring Johnny Depp), ‘The Little Hours‘, ‘Celest & Jesse Forever‘.

Geoff Barrow‘Ex Machina’, ‘Black Mirror’, and ‘Fantastic Four’.

Black Mirror: Men Against Fire Original Soundtrack by Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow

Junkie XLBatman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Mad Max: Road Fury, Divergent, 300: Rise of an Empire, Deadpool, Godzilla 2, and Justice League.

Trent ReznorGone Girl, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Social Network

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Tutorial: Breaking Down the Process Behind “Lux” w/ Subalias

Subalias- Mitchell Owens

When he’s not teaching students music production, our talented instructor Mitchell Owens releases music under the name Subalias. His most recent track, “Lux”, is a Future Bass/RnB tune carried by lush keys and soaring, soulful synth melodies over hypnotic syncopated drums guaranteed to cause profuse head-nodding.

To accompany the new release, Mitchell has blessed us with a thorough breakdown of his track in the form of a video tutorial:

In the video, Mitchell breaks down his process and techniques for composition, and sheds some light on the different sounds he used and how he made them. It’s a great watch for anyone who struggles with “8-bar loop syndrome” and wants to learn how to develop their ideas into full tracks, as well as anyone who’s into Future Bass and RnB and wants to pick up some new tricks to use in their own songs.

8 bar loop syndrome

You can watch the tutorial above, or here on our Youtube channel, and make sure to listen to the song that inspired it all, “Lux”, which you can find below.

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