These days the video editor is often doing a lot of sound editing as a project is perpetually changing. We provide compositions that function in a way that the editor has the ability to separate every aspect of the music and sound to easily transition from one cue to another without the concern of dissonant notes, or having to make hard cuts in the music unnecessarily. The result is a consistent sonic tapestry that gives the editor the maximum amount of flexibility and integrates into work with ease.
For every cue we monitor each individual stem and every combination carefully to ensure the maximum amount of flexibility and emotional/textural diversity. In this way the editor has the ability to mirror continuous changes in the video edit easily and creatively through sound and music.
Recently completed the score for a six part series for Bose titled "Art Of Sound" - "See what happens when we turn the cameras on and watch record-producer and audio engineer, Joel Hamilton of Brooklyn's Studio G, take a stocked studio and lots of speakers to explore how we experience sound."
Recently completed the score for "The Price Of Gold" - ESPN's 30 For 30 documentary about Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan - directed by Nanette Burstein
St. Vincent "Cheerleader" 2014 Pitchfork Festival - Mix
Music By "Mountains" - Brendon Anderegg and Koen Holtkamp
Long Distance Poison - Recorded and Mixed At Telescope
Trailer - "102 Minutes That Changed America" - Music, Sound Design
Trailer - "High Tech, Low Life" - Music
Excerpt - "Stories From The Road To Freedom" - Music, Sound Design
Excerpt - "9/11 : The Days After" - Music, Sound Design
Trailer - "A Rubberband Is An Unlikely Instrument" - Mix, Sound Design
Pitchfork Classic - "Modest Mouse - The Lonesome Crowded West" - Mix
Oren Ambarchi - "Salt" Featuring vocals by Paul Duncan recorded at Telescope
Telescope is located in Greenpoint Brooklyn and run by Brendon Anderegg, a NYC based composer and sound engineer. Brendon studied sound at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and sound engineering at The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences in Tempe AZ. Since 2007 he has worked on a wide range of projects for clients in every aspect of the industry. He is also one half of the Thrill Jockey Records band "Mountains," and has been performing internationally since 2001, sharing the stage with artists such as Tim Hecker, Polvo, Grouper, and Early Day Miners.
Greg Lawrence is a guitarist, composer and producer. Greg has composed and produced music for the White Waves Dance Festival, Brooklyn Arts Exchange Upstart Festival, Triskelion Arts’ Collabfest, and The Center for Performance Research. Greg currently writes music for several production companies, creates audio content for brands, and is an active independent film composer. In his search for elusive melodies and hypnotic rhythm, Greg Lawrence brings his passion to every project, carrying with him a wealth of experience, and a love of the craft.
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New York Times
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