How to Get Produced by Post Production Facilities and Studios


Post Production Facilities and Studios

Post production facilities include audio and video studios, as well as post production houses (movie companies). The main difference between the two is that studios only handle audio post production, while post production houses handle both audio and video editing. This blog will focus mainly on how to get your music produced by post production facilities and studios.

Why Should I Get Produced By A Post Production Facility?

The short answer: it is much cheaper for you. If you do not have the resources to get produced by a professional studio, you may want to try doing it yourself. However, keep in mind that a professional studio has all the tools necessary to produce a high quality product. This includes recording software such as Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase etc., microphones, mixing boards, drum machines and sound libraries with thousands of sounds at their disposal. They also have trained engineers who are able to give your composition the sound you desire. In addition, they have access to producers who can help take your composition to the next level.

Getting Your Music Produced: Necessary Steps

Provide a demo. To get your music produced by a post production facility or studio, it is important that you provide them with a demo of your work. If you do

Learning the ins and outs of how to get produced and advancing in your career as a composer can be a difficult task. Many composers and artists find themselves stalled in their career due to lack of knowledge on how to get produced by post production facilities.

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Post Production Facilities and Studios

Post-production facilities and Studios are one way to get your music placed in film or television.

Package Deals

Many post-production facilities and studios offer “package deals” for their clients. They want to keep their clients so that they can make a larger profit from them. Therefore, if you want to work with them, you will most likely be required to sign a contract. This contract obligates you to create all of the music for the project and pay for it out of your own pocket. However, there are some benefits to getting into a contract with a post-production facility or studio. Usually, they will give you a list of guidelines that they need you to follow when creating the music as well as offer advice on how to do this effectively. Often times, they may also give you a sample CD of the type of music they are looking for and provide you with access to their sound library (if they have one). If this is not enough incentive, then consider that the post-production facility or studio will take care of all administrative tasks such as licensing and publishing your music. All you have to do is create it!

Finding Post Production Facilities and Studios

In order to find local post production facilities and studios, try asking

“Post production facilities” and “studios” is a pretty broad term. What do you mean by that? Many film composers are in studios all the time, but they are their own studios. And others have no studio at all.

So I’m going to take that to mean you want to be hired to write music for some kind of media company. Maybe it’s a game company, or an animation house, or even a big budget film (although I don’t know how likely that is).

As always, I’d advise you to start small and work your way up. If you’re an unknown composer it’s very unlikely that you’ll get hired by Blizzard to write music for the next World of Warcraft expansion (for example), but it’s very likely that you could get hired by an indie game developer for $500 or so. They may not have much money, but many of them desperately need good music and sound design.

As long as the pay is reasonable (and if you’re starting out it will be low), then go for it. You have nothing to lose at this point and everything to gain.

Composers and musicians are no strangers to the music industry. Aspiring composers, however, can be overwhelmed by the many facets of the music industry (production, production services, composing, mixing, recording, etc.). The good news is that there are many opportunities available for those who want to get involved with film and television.

The first step in finding a composer or producer is to research their work. That’s because every music composer has a unique style and perspective that sets them apart from others. It’s important to understand what your goals are for the project before you start looking for a composer or producer. If you’re not comfortable with writing your own music or working with someone else’s music, you should focus on finding someone who will write a composition based on your specific needs. You should also keep in mind that most composers won’t accept just any project; they need to be able to produce something that will work well within the context of their genre or play well with other artists’ work.

Once you’ve narrowed down your list of potential composers and producers, it’s time to meet them. This can be done through personal meetings or through an e-mail exchange where you can explain your project and request samples of past work. If possible, try

In fact, it’s a good thing to have a few songs that are more “up” and a few that are more “down” when you’re trying to do an album. It gives it a good balance. I think this is what tripped up the band Eisley a bit on their latest CD. They tried too hard to make every song sound the same, and while they did do a good job of it, the result was a little boring.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me here on my blog or at music@davidtolley.com. I’d be happy to answer any questions you might have about getting your music into film and tv.


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