A Conversation with Nicolas Repetto, Composer of The Sound of Identity

Today we are speaking with LA-based television and film composer, Nicolas Repetto, who recently produced the scoring for director James Kicklighter’s documentary feature film, The Sound of Identity, which chronicles the life of transgender opera singer, Lucia Lucas. Nicolas’s unique blend of Argentinian/Latin/world influences, classical training, and electronics sensibility has also landed him work in […]

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Laavanya Hunt Talks the Value of Producers (JA Interview)

If you don't know why film and television producers are important, we'll put it this way: producers are the glue that hold entire productions together, preventing them from imploding after numerous hiccups and speed bumps present themselves along the way.  As for what producers do for a production from day to day, it's much more […]

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Award-Winning Composer Julia Piker On Her New Album, Samovar

Today, London International Award-winning composer Julia Piker joins us for an insightful look into her journey and process as a self-taught composer and engineer. Julia’s latest EP, titled Samovar, is a string and electronic-heavy score that was released on June 10th. Samovar follows Julia’s first solo EP released in 2017, Biting Biding. Julia’s success in […]

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The Flexibility of Film Scoring: An Interview with Joyce Oh

Yong Yue "Joyce" Oh, who composes film music as Joyce Oh, is an international award-winning pianist and multi-instrumentalist.  One of her composition trademarks is skillfully combining orchestral music with ethnic and traditional instruments where appropriate.  Like the most successful score composers, Oh's work evolves and adapts to each project, which she recognizes as one of […]

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A Dedication to Dance: An Interview with Professional Dancer Jack Ireland

Dance may not be thought of as a sport, but there's no denying the athleticism required, the high level of art and finesse, and the sheer amount of intense competition that's happening constantly behind the scenes.  It's a rare thing indeed when a dancer pushes through that constant competition to reach the highest levels of […]

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Producer Kim Shapiro Talks About What it Takes to Produce Art that Works

The title of ‘Producer’ isn't given out lightly by media professionals, and there's a good reason for that. The job requires an incredible amount of energy, ability, and professional stamina.  It's also a title that can mean many different things, and its associated responsibilities often vary from project to project, making it difficult to summarize […]

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