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In this month’s Journal, we wanted to focus on the wonderful world of music in advertising. We spent time with Soho studio Zelig Sound who took us through a detailed workflow with their piece for Nike. Composer & sound designer Shervin Shaeri visited Spitfire HQ to speak with Animator Russ Etheridge and in addition to asking each other questions for the In Depth episode, they also walk through Animade’s Olympops. Whilst we were in LA earlier this year Homay visited Ronit Kirchman who shared with us a detailed Workflow of a key scene in USA’s hit tv show; The Sinner. Finally, Christian demonstrates how to create library music and Paul shares some insight on how to compose successful commercial music in two brand new Quick Tips!
In this very special Workflow episode, Homay meets with Ronit Kirchman, composer of Netflix/ USA hit The Sinner. Ronit explains how she wrote her cue, The Stairway Down from season one, as well as sharing an insight into her approach to the project from beginning to end.
Ronit who is originally from New York is not only a composer but also a singer, songwriter, music producer and multi-instrumentalist. Ronit is an innovative violinist and began playing from an early age she also plays the electric 7-string violin which extends below the cello range. Her solo performances on the scores for The Finest Hours, Now You See Me, Jessabelle, and the Emmy-nominated Ring of Fire, among many others.
We invited AVA into the Spitfire Studio to perform their piece ‘To Be Alone’.
What better way to kick things off, than by asking our community to collaborate with us on our #labscollabs project. We asked Spitfire friend, ESKMO (13 Reasons Why, Billions) to write the base of a composition,
which we paired with an animation by London-based 3D artist, Dan Ruiz. Using only LABS Strings and LABS Soft Piano, we asked the community to finish the track.