The Screen Composers Guild of NZ in association with SOUNZ, are organising another workshop to support NZ screen composers. This workshop is about gaming music, led by Jayde Marter and Broghan Blackshaw from Wellington based AwesomeSource, a music writing and production company that specialises in unique, tailored soundtracks and SFX for a variety of media projects.
Screen composer workshops are relaxed and informal events for composers of all levels. They provide a great opportunity to ask burning questions and make connections with other members of our composing community. The talk will be followed by an informal Q&A session and discussion with participants. Light refreshments with tea and coffee will be provided.
RSVP essential by Wednesday 4 April to: email@example.comAbout AwesomeSource: Jayde Marter and Broghan Blackshaw are the two halves of AwesomeSource, formed in 2014 with a vision of creating a music writing and production company that specialises in unique, tailored soundtracks and SFX for a variety of media projects. Both Jayde and Broghan have experience in video game music, popular music and music for advertising. Jayde specialises in audio engineering and music production, whilst Broghan draws her experience in the industry from a background in performance, composition and music education. Most recently AwesomeSource’s soundtrack for the PikPok title ‘Doomsday Clicker' received the Play by Play Award for Excellence in Audio in 2017. AwesomeSource is based out of Lyall Bay, Wellington. https://www.awesomesource.rocks/
April 10, 2018 6:30PM
Level 3, Toi Poneke Arts Centre, 61 Abel Smith St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
This event is FREE for SCGNZ or SOUNZ members.