Dear forum mbembers,
I received a call from a record company looking for someone to arrange string parts for an album.
This company is looking for someone "with a feel for a romantic/dramatic pop tune that could sit at a keyboard and "Garritan-ize" them!"
"It would be a terrific if you could hook us up with anybody that has a flair for this, who could take simple direction over the phone or in email (like "make it sound like the string line in BB King's The Thrill Is Gone") and do it soon. We don't need anything deep or bombastic or too filmic/cinema - it's just feel we need. Need some simple evocative Garritan strings (cello's and violins?) - not a ton of money, and a nice credit if we use this work on our first Warner's releases.
So we need a Garritan user, somebody, young or old, who can hear a lyric and glide over a keyboard quickly. They can play to the MP3 and just FTP the line back back to us. (Or just send the MIDI File and we'll buy your Personal Orchestra and use that.)The person who is seeking this person is a former A&R hear of one of the largest record companies in L.A.
Please post your interest and, if you can, links to some demos. I'll forward the info.
Thanks for your interest.