Posts tagged “song

Producer’s blog: Into the thick of things.

Just making a quick update for everyone. We have some exciting news!

We have finished out first track from Life is Not a Musical. It is a powerful emotional number called “How Did We Get Here” and it sounds great. We can’t wait for everyone to hear it. But you’ll have to wait a bit longer, there may be a special sneak peek coming soon…

We are arranging the rest of the tracks and beginning to work on choreography. Soon we’ll be doing an open call for extras and dancers, so keep an eye out! Email lifeisnotamusical@gmail.com to find out how you can get involved.

Also, we are starting shooting soon, and that means we’ve opened up a lot of new positions, from script supervising to costumes and make-up. Let us know if you’d like to help!

So keep an eye on this blog for all the production news. Soon you’ll start seeing video updates from myself and the production team. I hope you had a Merry Christmas!

-Zane


We are going to the studio!

I’m really excited to announce that we are going into the studio to record the first number! Right now Life is Not a Musical has six songs written with two more on the way. By next week one of our songs will be entirely done and ready for us to start shooting next semester. If you cross your fingers you may be able to see a completed scene from the movie by the end of January at a special event.

Life is Not a Musical has teamed up with Darkbloom Productions, which will be producing the music for the soundtrack. We are really excited about the partnership and we love how the music is sounding right now.

Things are moving quickly here, so don’t forget to keep an eye on this site for all of the news!


A little taste of the music…

Here is a little taste of the music from Life is Not a Musical to give you an idea of what we’ve made.

This is a clip from the demo tracks recorded during the writing of the music and lyrics. The clip is from the theme song of the musical and features Colin Edge, who composed the music along with Zane Miller.

The clip is DEMO quality, as it was only recorded as a reference for the arranger and director.

Enjoy!