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Running a 66 piece orchestral session with StaffPad…

I recently had a 66 piece orchestral session and decided to produce all scores and parts with StaffPad alone. This is stretching the pu...

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Friday, August 21, 2009

View from the top

View from the top
Originally uploaded by garry.judd

Here's a view from the top of Centre Point, 385 feet above central London. I joined PARAMOUNT which is a fantastic private members' club and event space. It's right in the heart of the West End and is a great place for meetings or for a quiet coffee...It has a fantastic restaurant too!!!

Just had a commission in...A wildlife film about the giant octopus, which needs otherworldly and exciting music...All a bit hectic as I'm working in Dublin next week and have to work around that!!!

I've been looking at various computers and software for a new killer music laptop. The ideas is that it will be the centre of the main refurbished studio, but that it can also be pulled out and be a mobile set up for when I'm travelling. I've had a few interesting meetings which might mean starting work on things overseas and then finishing the recording at home, so this sort of set up would be ideal!!!

I'm also reading 'Gestes Et Opinions Du Docteur Faustroll, 'Pataphysicien' in French...This may take some time !!! :-)

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Garry's short film festival part 2

David Fynn's study of the life of Sarah, a brave woman who has grown a large handlebar moustache...

Richard Geefe is locked out of his flat. With help from a stroppy neighbour, a dodgy locksmith and the police, will he get back in? [Contains strong language]...

...and finally, some bonus footage from Tommy The Tungsten robot...

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Garry's short film festival

I've recently written music for some short films so I thought I'd put them here.

The first one is an Australian short which used some of my music throughout, but most noticably at the end. In this thriller, a young woman finds herself being stalked by a mysterious man. "Beyond Words" was a 2009 Tropfest Australia Finalist. Special thanks to my Australian sub-publisher, Fable Music.

Director: Armand De Saint-Salvy

Next is Tommy The Tungsten Robot by Eddie Green for Jasmine Allen Productions. Tommy is an abandoned robot living as an outcast in modern society. This short film by acclaimed director Eddie Green BA(hons) explores how Tommy's actions affect those around him.



Another two films coming soon and I'm already on standby for another three which are in pre-production.