After receiving a graduate certificate from USC’s Scoring for Motion Picture and Television program in 2004, Jermaine Stegall began working closely with composer Marco Beltrami on films such as I, Robot, Flight of the Phoenix, and Scream 4. This ultimately led to many opportunities to work as an orchestrator and conductor of original and additional music for film and television for such studios as Warner Brothers, Lionsgate, Dimension Films, Fox Digital Studio, NBC Universal Television, VH-1, and CW Television.
Jermaine participated in the 2016 Sundance Composer labs held at Skywalker Ranch. During the labs, Jermaine worked closely with composers Harry Gregson-Williams, Christophe Beck, and the Skywalker Sound Design team. Jermaine Stegall has scored over 20 feature films, some of which have been released theatrically in the U.S., Mexico, and Colombia. A few of Jermaine’s film scoring credits include the theatrical release of Jamesy Boy directed by Trevor White on (Phase 4 Films), and Badge of Honor on (Anchor Bay Films) directed by Agustin. Jermaine scored for the 2016 teen comedy “Mono” for (Fox Digital Studio) which was released on Netflix. His music can also be heard in episodes of “Best Friends Whenever,” “Liv and Maddie” which both air on Disney Channel, and season 2 of “Supergirl” on the CW network. The musical piece at the end of the podcast is called “Main Title” composed by Jermaine Stegall. To hear more check out his website.
Congratulations to Leroy Wilkerson and Jim Head for placing their excellent songs in a new movie coming out in May of 2019 called “Charlie Says.”
Three young women were sentenced to death in the infamous Manson murder case, but when the death penalty was lifted, their sentence became life imprisonment. One young graduate student was sent in to teach them – and through her we witness their transformations as they face the reality of their horrific crimes.
MTE Podcast 005 – David Klotz, Four time Emmy winning Music Editor for “Stranger Things” “Game Of Thrones” and “American Horror Story” shares about his musical journey, his workflow, and the challenges and joy of being a music editor.
The Musician Technician Entrepreneur Podcast would like to thank Anthony Musiala of Minty Fresh Records and instructor for the Digital Audio Recording Arts for inviting David to speak to the students.
Congratulations to GpsSongs artist Roger Loukes on placing his song “Tell me like you do” in the upcoming film.
The Year Of Spectacular Men !
One of the jobs i enjoy most in running my music publishing company GpsSongs is calling one of the many artist’s we represent and telling them one of their songs is getting used in a project !
Being a songwriter myself and I have had this happen many times with my own songs.. it never gets old ! Somebody cares enough about your art not only to want to use it in a project …..but pay you for it 😉
This looks like a cool film staring Lea Thompson (she played Michael J Fox’s girlfriend in the Back To The Future movies)
and two of Lea’s daughters are in the film as well.