This show is for the Trailer Music Composer both amateur and professional. I cover a range of topics from mindset to productivity, to creativity and production.From time to time there will be special guests giving their experience of working in the Trailer Music industry and even some aspiring composers sharing their stories from The Trailer Music School.
Monthly Group Call September 2021
In this months group call, we got some great questions.
We'll learn a bit about how to set up your templates for easier stemming. A little bit about customs and different approaches as well as how to beef
up your third acts!
We then listen to some amazing tracks from our super talented students, and Rich gives feedback.
Hope you enjoy, Cheers!
Montly Group Call August
We are back with another group call with the students.
Rich answers some great questions and then gives feedback on some tracks.
Each month the students are given a brief similar to what you would get in the industry
to practice for the real thing, as well as learning to implement the feedback you get.
What is ‘Imposter Syndrome’ and how can you deal with it?
In this episode Richard talks about imposter syndrome.
We've all felt this way at some point, like you aren't good enough, like you don't really know what you are doing and don't deserve the success you get.
Like you "lucked out"
Rich wants to share some methods to get past these kinds of negative feelings and make you realize they aren't true.
It's important to be aware of these thoughts so you can deal with them!
If you can relate then check out these episodes as well
Most commonly asked questions about trailer music with Aurélie Webb
In this episode Rich himself is being interviewed by the amazing composer Aurélie Webb.
She asks amazing questions regarding both the music itself and the industry and what to expect.
Ciaran, Cody and Rich talk about feedback, customs and rejection
In this episode the guys talk about the stresses of doing custom work.
You don't always know if you've won it until you see the released trailer and they share some advice on how to deal with rejection.
The important thing is to keep going and not take things personally!
Is it too late to get into Trailer Music?
In this episode Rich discusses whether it is too late to get into trailer music at this point.
Don't let fear influence you realising your dreams!
A must listen for any aspiring composer!
Despite it being “the trailer music composer’s” there’s a huge amount of worth here for any type of musician. You’ve got fantastic interviews with established industry folk, compositional tips & tricks, insight into how the industry functions and so much more! I’ve been listening for the last 3 months and this podcast is really something - thank you Rich! You’re an absolute gem.
Knowledgable and Affable Insight
Richard Schrieber is a leading composer in trailer music and really know his stuff. This new podcast promises to offer great advice, anecdotal experiences and industry insights all wrapped up in a quintessentially British package