Score for Michael Roud’s film “Black Cadillac”

Completed the score for Michael Roud’s film “Black Cadillac,” a really fun movie that let me create music in the style of  classic westerns.  The film features gorgeous cinematography by Adam Bricker and editing by James Coblentz.
Will link to the film’s website as soon as it’s up.

My symphony is up on iTunes!

Click the image at left to access the Symphony at the iTunes store.

Symphony #1 Completed

Strongly emotive full-scale symphonic work in 5 movements, 61 mins.:

Movt. 1: Largo lacrimoso
Movt. 2: Scherzando – Presto agitato con fuoco
Movt. 3: Andante cantibile – Allegro
Movt. 4: Scherzo
Movt 5: Adagio grandioso – Andante luttoso – Allegro con brio

The symphony is on a grand scale, more than leaning toward the heroic, featuring enlarged percussion and brass sections [...]

New Track: “In Paradisium”
War Of The Dead

Currently scoring a series of video episodes titled Z.E.R.O.: War of the Dead, following the adventures of a ragtag paramilitary team of zombie-hunters. The series is produced by Spherewerx Media in association with Fangoria TV.
See a clip here:
Hear my theme music for the series:

New Track: “Special Tabloid Violence”

Quick and jazzy.  Kick Ass Brass, EWQL Colossus, EWQL Symphonic Orchestra XP Pro, Stylus RMX, Atmosphere, Trilogy, Reaktor 5.

CFDA Womenswear Designer Of The Year Film

I recently had the privilege of providing music for The 2006 CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Film, which is now available for download as a podcast from iTunes.
The film was played on Monday, June 5th, 2006 in New York as part of the awards ceremony – often called “The Oscars of Fashion” – which [...]

New Track: “Unless It Rains Skunks”

In the words of Mike Rubens: “Beatles-esque, cheerful, the kind of music that might be playing while a smiling character is lobotomized.” RealGuitar, Kick Ass Brass, Colossus, Trilogy, Stylus RMX. Production style influenced by Jon Brion.

New Track: “Sudden Archipelagos” For String Sextet

Zippy piece for string sextet – two violins, two violas, cello, and double bass. In four quick sections, named here for no good reason at all in Italian: Allegro, Adagio sentito, Allegro capriccioso, Allegro ritornello.  Mostly EWQL SO Gold XP Pro, fast runs in the middle done using Synful Orchestra.

Scene from “Z.E.R.O: War Of The Dead” – Impromptu Caesarian

in Credits by on November 13th, 2012

Tara of the Z.E.R.O. (Zombie Emergency Response Operations) team attempts to save zombie-victim Sara’s unborn baby, with the only tools at her disposal.  WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC SCENE OF IMPROMPTU BOWIE-KNIFE CAESARIAN.

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Congrats to Zack Gold and Scott Brown for their 2013 IAWTV nominations for “Stockholm”!

in Credits by on November 13th, 2012

Congrats to Zack Gold (Best Male Performance – Comedy) and Scott Brown (Best Writing – Comedy) for their nominations for the 2013 IAWTV awards for the web series “Stockholm”! It was great fun doing the music.

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Scene from Z.E.R.O: War Of The Dead

in Credits, Electronic, Music, Orchestral by on November 9th, 2012

Directed by Mike Disario, original music by Chuck Graef

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Clip from The CFDA Designer Of The Year Film

in Credits, Electronic, Music by on November 9th, 2012

Directed by Chris Romero, original music by Chuck Graef

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Clip from The World Of Calvin Klein

in Credits, Electronic, Music by on November 9th, 2012

Directed by Chris Romero, original music by Chuck Graef

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“Stockholm” | For Your Consideration

in Credits by on October 23rd, 2012

STOCKHOLM | FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION from Stockholm on Vimeo.

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“Stockholm” director Scott Brown talks about the series on Mediacracy.com podcast

in Credits by on October 23rd, 2012

Making an independent web series is always challenging, whether you’re working with three million dollars, or three hundred dollars. On this episode of New Mediacracy, we sit down with veteran director Scott Brown (Larry King Now, Blue Movies, Asylum), multi-hyphenate Kristen Nedopak (Geek Girls Create) and producer/consultant Brian Rodda, to discuss their work in new media, as well as their two new series, Stockholm and Skyrim Parodies.

Join NM regular Chris McCaleb as we talk about making porn funny, crafting your own wardrobe (and the surprising cost of fake fur), creating high-quality work on a tight budget, working with the actual Larry King, shooting in a basement, finding inspiration in video games, and spending special time with Denise Richards.

Here’s the link! »

 

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“Stockholm” leads launch of new Premier Channel on YouTube after over 200,000 views on BlipTV

in Credits by on October 17th, 2012

With over 200,000 views on BLIP, Stockholm EXPANDS to YouTube with brand new Premier Channel, CityWestMedia, home to the works of Writer/Director Scott Brown. “Stockholm” leads the launch today!

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Article About “Stockholm”

in Credits by on October 12th, 2012

Nice article about “Stockholm,” here.

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Commercial Cue – Kinda Young, Kinda Wow

in Music, Pop by on October 6th, 2012

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