A solid formal education and a good work ethic can lead to great musical achievements. For others it’s more of a hobby, or source of some extra cash, than a career.
Whether you’re a minor legend, a one hit wonder, or a struggling musician, there’s always the option of beating out a path in the world of film and television.
Sean Murray studied film music, also known as incidental music composition, at Brooks Institute Film School. He’s worked in television and film for over 25 years, with credits that include Buffy the Vampire Slayer; God, the Devil and Bob; and numerous others. He’s composed the soundtracks for two titles in Activision’s hugely popular Call of Duty series, including Call of Duty: Black Ops, one of the top-selling games of all time…
He composes these topline music soundtracks with the Roland INTEGRA-7.Sean has used Roland synthesizers in all his soundtracks since his start in the business, from analogue classics like the JUNO-60, JUPITER-8, and D-50 to rack workhorses such as the JV-1080 and R-8M.
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