#34 Composing Music For Film and Television

More Than Just Writing A Song

Andy Hill, Music Supervisor, composer and producer with Cinemuse, along with being the author of three books.

While at Walt Disney Studios, Andy oversaw the music production of such films as “The Lion King”, Sister Act”, and “Beauty and the Beast”. He went on to work as Music Supervisor on such film productions including; “Message in a Bottle”, “Ed Wood”, “James and the Giant Peach”, and “Happy Feet”. Hill won a Grammy Award as Producer for Best Musical Album for Children with “Elmo in Grouchland”.

Andy discusses what it takes to be a music composer in film and television, and the difference between being a songwriter, and composer, along with how to get your foot in the door of the film and television industry as a composer.

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