EddieBower (BMI) began his music industry career in 1999 as a Traffic Manager for radio station WABB-FM in Mobile, Alabama. After 3 years; he was let go and left to ponder if his career was over before it started. While living in a hotel room with his dad, he harnessed his musical skills and produced a local hip-hop act that opened for Ludacris in 2003. Moving back to L.A. shortly thereafter, he quickly discovered that he was a “small fish in a BIG pond!” Knowing that he needed more, he decided to attend Musicians Institute (http://www.mi.edu) in ’05. After graduating from MI’s Audio Engineering program in 2006, he was hired as Chief Engineer for multi-platinum producer George "G-One" Archie (R. Kelly, DJ Quik, Raphael Saadiq) and has worked with such artists as WC, Tank, Darius McCrary, Yukmouth, and Greg Phillinganes (Michael Jackson) as well as the 2007 HBO documentary Bastards of the Party (directed by Antoine Fuqua). He was hired shortly after at MI as a Studio Session Supervisor before becoming a full-time Audio Engineering Instructor in 2010, awarded with Audio Engineering Instructor Of The Year. Now entering his 11th year, he has taught a variety of audio engineering classes, and has now added film composer and post-production mixer to his credit. Always looking for “more” opportunities; Eddie is as hungry as ever. A seasoned professional with a work ethic to match, it’s only a matter of time. DISCOGRAPHY Ace da Lyrical Myrical (opening act for Ludacris/BayFest ’03-producer, artist) Bastards Of The Party-Maximo ft. W.C. (mix engineer) Please Don’t Go-Tank (mix engineer-uncredited) Kalifornia Life-GBam da Gangsta ft. Glasses Malone (producer) Almost Famous/Industry Killer Vol 1-Ashley Nicole Greene (producer, mix engineer) Mary Did You Know-Monica Saldivar (Co-composer/conductor/mix engineer) FILMOGRAPHY DragonBall Z: Light Of Hope II & III (Co-composer/Mix Engineer) AWARDS Musicians Institute/Audio Engineering Instructor Of The Year (2010)
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This is a cover of the fanfare from the Paramount Pictures opening intro. The original score was composed by legendary Michael Giacchino (The Incredibles, Doctor Strange, Guardians Of The Galaxy). Michael was commissioned to create a new opening fanfare to celebrate Paramount Pictures' 100th anniversary. Eventhough this piece is less than 30 seconds; it's arrangement was complex. I think I was able to nail most of it. This took about a day. As always, this is all MIDI and ALL by EAR! Please like, share, comment, and subscribe.
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