As much as we’re excited it’s Friday we’re also excited about some of the projects both completed and new that have been happening on Music Gateway this week. Lets bring you up to speed with some of the good stuff.
Little Tokyo Interview
Starting off on a super positive note - we caught up with music producer, Little Tokyo this week to speak about his work with Andamiro and KDigital on their up and coming track. He explains about the direction the song took him in, adapting to a new sound, his plans for the future and (of course), how great Music Gateway is for providing him with the opportunity to expand. Little Tokyo’s interview can be found here and we’ll be posting the video when it comes out later this month!
- Songwriter for house track
First off we have music producer, Ryan Blyth, looking for a songwriter or topline writer to help with a house track with a male vocal part. With over 400 songs of experience under his belt Ryan is looking for a committed and enthusiastic songwriter to help him with the single. Instrumental is already set up and one verse has been written, so it’s down to the chosen songwriter to do the rest. If you’re up for the challenge then find out more about it here.
- Programmer or Mix Engineer for Music Library Compositions
An established production music composer is looking for a programmer or mix engineer to work on compositions. With over 60 of their tracks getting placed with publishers last year this is a chance for a routine couple of sessions a week with each session being 3-4 hours long. This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to get into production music or is already writing as part of his or her music production work. If this sounds like your cup of tea then check out Michael Wynne’s profile and make a pitch on his project!
Written by Sophie Small
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