In addition to founding the Key Of E Music library, Emmy-nominated composer Peter Warnica is an experienced and diverse film and tv composer whose music has had over 20,000 uses in film & television productions. Peter’s music is found in hundreds of television episodes and series, having aired worldwide in at least 180 countries and broadcast on networks and OTT platforms such as HGTV (US & Canada), BBC (UK), NatGeo (US & Int'l), ITV (US), G4 (US), CBC (Canada), Global (Canada), E1 (Canada), Bio (US), Discovery Networks (Europe), Investigation Discovery (US), Apple TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and many more.
Peter was recently nominated for the 2020 Chicago/Midwest Emmy Awards relating to his score for the multiple award-winning documentary Chicago At The Crossroad, a film that garnered 7 nominations and 5 wins just at this event alone. Peter is also the credited music composer on many seasons of such popular tv series as Python Hunters, Buying And Selling With The Property Brothers, and Popstars (Canada's highest rated non-sports program ever at the time it aired), as well as on single seasons of series such as Psychic Investigators and Wipeout (Canada). Prior to film and television work, Peter was an award-nominated songwriter, as well as writer, producer and performer in the bands The Blue Heavies and Universal Blackout.
Peter created the Key Of E Music music licensing platform in response to the changing marketplace demands of independent producers and broadcasters, providing a fully-cleared, one-stop licensing platform to use pre-existing music, or as a hybrid approach between bespoke composition and off the rack music.
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Toronto based composer Jerome McPeek’s music for Film & Television has been broadcast around the world, including on Discovery Channel, History Channel, National Geographic HD, YTV, in Commercial and Corporate Ads, Independent Feature Films, Short Films, as well as TV and Animation Series on OLN. Jerome was recently selected as the first Composer, Artist In Residence for the Royal Canadian Navy, whom commissioned a piece for the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Drawing inspiration from his late father (composer/arranger Ben McPeek, arr. These Eyes, The Guess Who), Jerome began piano lessons at age five, followed by attending St. Michael's Choir School, where his studies included choral, theory, harmony and counterpoint. After studying piano at the Royal Conservatory Of Music and Orchestration and Composition under Victor Davies, he then discovered songwriting and rock and roll, soon picking up Guitar, Bass and Drums while performing with various bands. This eventually led to a record deal through SONY/Columbia with Daddys of Eden and Universal Music with Brule Sound Pharmacy.Jerome McPeek on IMDB
Denver Colorado based composer Scott Mitchell, originally from Wisconsin, is a life-long musician and multi-instrumentalist, drawing inspiration from many genres. Starting music at age five, Scott has added numerous instruments to his skillset over the years, resulting in his bringing a wide sound palette and deep well of fresh ideas to his compositions.
Scott has worked in a number of areas of the visual media field, from film scoring to commercial training videos, theater sound design to dialogue audio cleanup, mixing and sound effects to running on-set audio. His work can be seen in a number of Denver-Based short films, The recent Theater presentation of "Taking Tea with the Ripper", a series of commercials for Lewan Technology (a Denver-based IT company) and a number of other projects. He brings this life-long passion to you through his contributions to production music libraries.
Luc Arsenault is a composer of music for film and television. For over a decade he has scored numerous programs, showing versatility in composing in a large variety of styles and genres. Some scoring highlights include the CBC TV animated series Chilly Beach (which featured the voice talents of such Canadian greats as William Shatner, Leslie Neilson, Andrea Martin, Joe Flaherty, and others) and Maple Shorts (Sean Cullen); feature films Dex Hamilton: Fire And Ice and Dex Hamilton And The Doomsday Swarm; and the recent psychological thriller/horror feature The Basement.
After picking up a guitar at age 12, Luc instantly knew that music would play a major role in his life. While banging away at rock and metal tunes and honing his ears and musical skills, he eventually found his way to all kinds of music, and in particular developed a fascination with orchestral music and film scores. Luc pursued formal music training, studying composition and classical guitar at the University of Ottawa (B. Mus.), and then continuing on to earn a Master of Music degree in Composition from Western University (London, Ontario).
In Nov. 2004, Luc was nominated for a Gemini Award for his original score for the season 1 Chilly Beach episode: Invasion Of The Beer Snatchers.Luc Arsenault on IMDB
Nominated Bass Player of the Year by Rolling Stone, Anthony Crawford is a bass player and composer originally from Memphis TN. Anthony has made a name in the jazz, rock, r&b and pop world from working with artists such as Justin Timberlake, Erykah Badu, Allan Holdsworth and Ciara to composing music on multiple TV shows and movies with Fox, Bravo and E Entertainment TV. Anthony’s father is drummer Hubert (H-Bomb) Crawford who was the drummer for James Brown and Cyndi Lauper. Anthony’s uncle is saxophonist Hank Crawford, who was the musical director for Ray Charles and who’s sax playing can be heard on music from 50 Cent, Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg and many more hip hop legends. Coming from such a strong root in music at an early age, Anthony picked up the bass at 12 years old. At age 14 Anthony was doing studio sessions and by 16 recorded his first solo songs. After graduating in year 2000, Anthony was invited to perform for the National Democratic Convention for Bill Clinton and from then on has pursued his passion in making music to inspire generations.
Born in Havana Cuba, Pablosky Rosales is graduated from "Instituto Superior Pedagógico Enrique Jose Varona" in the specialty of Musical Education. In 2002 he started working as a Tres guitar player and backing vocalist with the internationally acclaimed band CUBANISMO until he relocated to Toronto Canada after taking part, also as a composer and arranger in the Grammy award nominated recording "Greetings from Havana" of this band (2008).
Since his arrival in Toronto he has collaborated and recorded with some of the most important Salsa, Cuban music and Latin jazz acts in Canada, such as "Amanda Martinez", "Conjunto Lacalu" ,"Son Ache", "Café Cubano", "Guaracha y Son" and Luis Mario Ochoa's "Cuba tradicional". Other important artistic endeavours include Film Scoring credits and the Musical Direction of shows at the Flato Markham Theatre as well as the prestigious Elgin - Winter Garden theatre in Toronto.
Bryan Christopher Saylor
Composer Bryan Christopher Saylor lives in Portland, Oregon. He has been scoring music for film and video games for over 5 years, including the indie features 'Behind the Bullet', 'Pompeii', and 'Oregon'. Bryan's score for 'Vicious' won Best Score/Music at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards.
In addition, Bryan also wrote the soundtrack for the VR game called 'Ship It' which made it into the 2017 PAX 10. Bryan's work on video games includes the mobile game 'Bloom Barrage', and the adventure game 'Waiting For The Loop'. When Bryan is not composing, you can find him reading, watching movies, or drinking a cup of his Portland home-roasted coffee.Bryan Minus on IMDB
Based in Houston, TX, Abbas Premjee completed his Bachelor’s degree in Music theory and composition from Loyola Marymount University, and then his Master’s degree in Classical Guitar from the Meadows Conservatory at SMU. Abbas has been writing production music since 2012 and is a prolific composer with over 2,000 titles written and well over 3,000 usages in ads and TV shows. Abbas is a multi-instrumentalist and has an eclectic collection of instruments from around the world. He prefers using real instruments whenever possible and this gives his music an organic quality that resonates deep inside.
For a list of credits and to listen, please visit www.abbaspremjee.com
Austin Gruhn & Moses Truzman
Austin Gruhn & Moses Truzman are Los Angeles-based music composers with an extraordinary passion for creating emotive and original soundtracks for Film, TV, Video Games, and Commercials. Their music creates an organic, fantastical sound with striking melodies, sweeping harmonies, and a spiritual presence that invokes the human spirit. With the ability to perform multiple instruments, and a unique style of music production, this power duo is constantly pushing themselves beyond their limits on every score they deliver.
Over the past few years, they have written music for brands such as Google, Oculus, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Ferrari. They have recently scored the award-winning series "Ecosphere", a documentary series with Facebook's Oculus, WWF, and Silverback Films, as well as the movie 'Killer Bees' produced by Shaquille O'Neal with an original motion pictures soundtrack release. They have also had music featured in numerous TV shows on ABC, MTV, BET & more.
Based in Denver, Colorado, award-winning composer Greg Fellman has composed music for a variety of independent projects, including short films such as “You Can Die Of A Broken Heart,” featured in the MHSA Film Festival, the Paris Women Festival, and the Courage Film Festival. He graduated from Music Production at Full Sail University, and was valedictorian of his class. There, three of his original music pieces were chosen for inclusion in the Full Sail Hall of Fame induction ceremony. When not composing music or going to a concert, Greg can be found hiking in the Rocky Mountains or leading a Chinese tea ceremony with friends.
Mark Thomas Taylor
Mark Thomas Taylor is a composer of music for film, television and the concert stage. A protégé of the legendary composer, percussionist, NEA Jazz Master and MacArthur Fellow Max Roach, Mark’s career was additionally enhanced through his work as a heavily in-demand French Hornist with such extraordinary composers as Anthony Braxton, Henry Threadgill and Muhal Richard Abrams. When he was unfortunately stricken with Embouchure Dystonia bringing his performing career to a halt, composing became Mark’s primary pursuit.
Since then, Mark has embarked upon a number of ongoing projects including composing contemporary scores for silent films, (the first being Oscar Micheux’ Within Our Gates) and a series of horror and comedy shorts for LA’s Scrawny Strange Productions in addition to creating music for licensing to television through boutique agencies in NYC, LA and the UK and a series of chamber music commissions.
Other recent projects include “Room To Breathe” commissioned by the Oregon Wind Quintet, “Last Days of Coney Island”, an animated film by famed animator/director Ralph Bakshi and “It’s Not Like He’s Never Been There Before”, a multi-movement orchestral work, commissioned by Anthony Braxton’s Tri-Centric Foundation.
For more information, visit https://www.markthomastaylor.net