Danny Lux 2 (Composing Music For TV)

Danny Lux 2 (Composing Music For TV)


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Artist: Danny Lux
Length: 25:38
Description: In part two (2 of 2) of this "composing music for TV" masterclass, professional television and film composer Danny Lux discusses and demonstrates how to work successfully in the TV/Film music industry.  He gives you tips and tricks for mixing your tracks, composing pieces that work under dialogue, producing music under strict deadlines and more.  If you are an up-and-coming composer, this video is for you! NOTE: You can purchase both videos in this series at a discount here!

Topics Covered: Composing music for tv, balancing the mix, scoring around the dialogue, setting up your audio workspace, templates, optimizing your workflow, working with kontakt sound banks, spreading cpu usage across different machines, mixing to stems, routing MIDI information with Vienna Ensemble, remote integration, etc.

Danny Lux

Danny Lux was raised in the San Fernando Valley attending Sepulveda Jr. High through the highly gifted magnet later graduating from Granada Hills High School.
He has always been passionate about music and after graduating high school in 1987 chose to follow his passion and skipping college. A move that turned out to be one of the best decisions in his life. He started his career working and learning from the infamous Mike Post. He remained there for almost a decade before launching off on his own.

Now he is in high demand for various projects. He composes and scores for various television shows at a rate that can only be associated with a master of the art.

The most refreshing and surprising side of Danny is that after all of this success, he has maintained a humility and sincerity that would have been a challenge for anyone to maintain.

The only way to properly describe Mr. Lux is to call him for what he is, a genius. To think that he began with a pair of drumsticks in his back pocket would inspire anyone to work hard to follow their dream with vigor, practice, passion and healthy ambition.

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