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Mark Morgon-Shaw

Various Stuff from my TV Tracks

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5 years ago this week I decided to try and get into writing instrumental music for TV shows, it's been a big learning curve but I've been a Cakewalk user since the mid 90's  

I've written around 400 track in that 5yrs  - most of those are now in Music Libraries where they can be used by various TV production companies  - it's a tough gig , I've had about 50 TV shows use my music now, the money is not amazing but seeing your music on TV is kinda cool.

Here is a playlist of a bunch of them

 

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All great mixes!

It's a shame the money isn't there for this sort of thing. At least mot much of it.

Thanks for sharing!

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8 minutes ago, Starise said:

All great mixes!

It's a shame the money isn't there for this sort of thing. At least mot much of it.

Thanks for sharing!

Thanks, just wanted to show that people use CBB for ( semi in my case ) professional purposes  - I know of a few others who do it too using CBB

The TV people don't care what DAW you used 😀

As far as the money goes you need a lot of tracks out there to make anything but it should build over time  - I'm aiming to write 120 tracks this year - made 15 so far so I am on schedule.

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tracks all sound great - well mixed and produced

Glad you are getting some traction out there!

Hope you continue to do well

Great job

Nigel

 

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Good job.
Not trying to steal your thread..
I have no music on TV but I did have my own8 part series on History Channel.  🙂

 

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Glad to see a fellow musician getting a little "traction" with their work. Especially when using CbB!

Kudo's!

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