NEW RELEASE - A Composer's Guide to Library Music by Dan Graham

NEW RELEASE - A Composer's Guide to Library Music by Dan Graham

Have you ever wanted to learn how the world of library music works, and how you can make a good and stable full or part-time living out of it? Then this new eBook from Gothic Instruments co-founder Dan Graham is for you!

Dan runs 8 UK-based library music labels making music for Hollywood movie trailers, tv, and adverts all around the world. Recent credits include Avengers: Infinity War, Wonder Woman 1984, and Fantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Gindelwald so he certainly knows what he's talking about!

In this book Dan will give you a guide that he believes anyone who is good can follow and find success with and learn more about a thriving music industry backwater that may well forever save you from your anti-music nemesis: 'a real job'. 


"I don’t know a better, more well-informed book on the subject of making a living from writing library music, particularly for trailers. There’s so much confusion out there, and this book cuts through it all! Full of actionable advice, it’s a godsend for any composer. It can help you avoid costly mistakes and focus in on where the real opportunities for success lie". - Mark Petrie (Hollywood trailer composer)

"Clear, insightful and entertaining. If I had a time machine, I would send it back to my past self: a guide like this would have certainly come in handy." - Alessandro Camnasio (Hollywood trailer sound designer)

"A Composer’s Guide To Library Music - this title and valuable guide perfectly sums up the building blocks and how to assemble them in order to succeed in making a living as a Library Music composer. It brings to life in-depth advice from industry professionals, covers production tips, the business, networking and composing trends to name a few of the gems. The book is not only an excellent source of information but also offers valuable guidance to making the right decisions in the fast-paced and competitive world of Library Music. I highly recommend this book!" - Marie-Anne Fischer (Composer)