- Arlington, VA
- Soundtrack Composer
- 24 miles from Ashburn
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Would the movie Jaws be remotely the same with that “da-dum...da-dum” musical theme that scares the poo out of anyone that’s watching? Or how about Star Wars... would Darth Vader be near as scary if he didn’t have his ominous theme music playing when he entered a scene? Imagine watching your favorite movie (or any movie, for that matter) without any music in the background. It would be boring as all get-out. Soundtrack composers have a knack for evoking certain emotions through the music they write. Browse through our list of talented soundtrack composers to find one that can bring the right style to your next movie or TV show.
The term soundtrack most commonly refers to the music used in a movie or television show. The most well-known soundtrack composer, John Williams, has composed many of the most famous film scores in history, including those for Jaws, Star Wars, Superman, E.T., Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, and Harry Potter. In addition, he has composed music for four Olympic themes, numerous TV series and concert pieces.
While soundtrack composers in the ranks of John Williams are most likely way out of your price range, GigSalad is here to help you find and hire new, up-and-coming soundtrack composers that might actually fit into your budget. Use the site to listen to recordings, read reviews, and get in contact with composers you’re interested in. It’s as easy as that! And who knows... you might just hire the next Oscar-winning movie soundtrack composer. Lucky you!