In this week’s episode, we talk to professional composer for film and TV, Lee Sanders. Lee has won eight BMI Film & Television Awards for his work. His credits span dozens of television shows, films, video games and works for online media and theatre—among them the multiple Emmy® Award-winning series The Amazing Race (US and international versions); the current Sony Pictures Home Entertainment logo theme; the recent award-winning feature films Old Stone and Shadow Wolves; and the children’s web series Storyline Online for SAG-AFTRA Foundation. As a conductor, orchestrator and additional composer, Lee has also contributed to shows such as Family Guy, Charmed, The Fairly Oddparents, and Disney’s House of Mouse. We could hardly ask for a more qualified guide into the world of composing for Film and TV. We asked Lee how to get started in the industry, how it’s changed over the years, and how technology changes his approach to music. We also spoke about life in the shadow of Covid-19 and survival/growth tactics, and how he sees the industry’s future. This episode is packed full of insightful tips and advice on composition styles, workflows and industry nous!
He also recently wrote a captivating score called ‘Can’t Breath’ in honor of George Floyd.
Find out more about Lee here.
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