BRENT DANIELS

producer | composer | sound designer | recording artist

Regen Magazine Interview with Brent Daniels

Note: thanks to Ilker Yücel, editor of RegenMag, for allowing me to repost this while their website is being restructured.INTERVIEWBrent Daniels - Reemergence from the Lonely PlaceAn Interview with Brent Daniels Posted: Sunday, February 01, 2009 By: Ilker Yücel EditorBrent Daniels is not the biggest name in the world of electronica, although he has garnered no small amount of respect for his work
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Brent Daniels' Score Preview in new ALPFD Trailer

If you'd like a little preview of some of my score for A Lonely Place For Dying, check out the new trailer for the film, which is now live.  All the music in the trailer was pulled from various parts of the film's soundtrack.  (And Zak Forsman did a killer job editing the trailer BTW)  Details of a full release of the ALPFD score will be released in the near future.
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A Lonely Place For Dying feature film website going live

As some of you know, I've designed and built websites for various artists over the last 10 years (including my own).  This summer I designed and coded the official website for A Lonely Place For Dying, the independent feature film I which I scored, sound designed, and helped produce last year.  I think it ended up looking killer.  It'll be going live 10/15/10, along with some surprise
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A Lonely Place For Dying Sneak Preview in Los Angeles

Wow, the last time I posted something was I was just starting scoring the feature film A Lonely Place For Dying, 13 months ago.  Well, I'm finished and you can see a sneak preview of it next week if you're in Southern California.  I'll be there too, stop by and say hi. (More info further down the post.)It took longer than I thought it would (doesn't it always?) but in the fall
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Studio Upgrades - 3D previz

This week I began scoring the feature A Lonely Place For Dying.  I'm excited. I'm going to score and mix it in surround, so I needed to upgrade my studio from stereo monitoring to a 5.1 system.  Currently I'm using two JBL LSR4328P speakers as my main monitors.   They're networkable via ethernet cables and in a surround setup they can automatically calculate  the appropriate delay
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