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Composer Ned Bouhalassa's Blog

April 27, 2012
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I am very happy to share with you my latest demo reel in video format!

La Musique du Téléroman O’

March 19, 2012
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** Please scroll down for an English version ** Cet hiver, j’ai composé la musique du merveilleux téléroman O’. Produit par Sovimage et réalisée par Éric Tessier, cette série nous fait découvrir la famille O’Hara, avec tous ses hauts et …

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Scoring CBC’s 18 To Life

December 7, 2009
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For the past few months, I’ve been composing music for a new CBC prime-time domestic comedy, 18 To Life. The producers and I decided early on that the music production and performances should not be too slick. I opted for …

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New Film Scoring Blog by Leon Willett

May 3, 2009
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Award-winning composer Leon Willett offers his analysis of film scoring devices, complete with score and audio examples (Willett’s an excellent mock-up composer). This is a really great resource for composers interested in learning more ‘tricks’ of the trade. The composer …

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Tonehammer Strikes The Sampling World

December 28, 2008
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An exciting new player has arrived in the world of sample libraries. Tonehammer, the brainchild of composer Troels Folmann and sound designer Mike Peaslee, offers very affordable, out-of-the-ordinary deep sample collections for the Kontakt virtual instrument. What is ‘deep’ sampling? …

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Titanic Documentary

September 22, 2008
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I’m very busy these days on the soundtrack for a UK/Canada documentary on the crew’s role in the sinking of the most famous passenger ship of them all, and how this tragedy could have been avoided. The iceberg is also …

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