imgLos Angeles, CA (July 16, 2014)—Boutique music house Visual Music recently re-branded with a new corporate logo and a website focused squarely on the company’s talent.

“From the start, Visual Music has always focused on creating extraordinary music for our clients and giving them options,” Seufert says. “There’s an authenticity certain artists have because of the highly creative work they do. As we thought about our new website, and the company as a whole, we knew it was important to highlight our unique roster.”

Seufert launched Redwing Studios, one of the first 24-track professional home studios in Los Angeles, in the early 1980s. It quickly became home for recording artists including Huey Lewis & The News, Phil Everly, Pablo Cruise and Michael Jackson, who used the studio to work on the demo for “We Are the World.” In the late ‘80s, Seufert moved his studio to Hollywood and became part of Image Recording. By 1998, Seufert launched Visual Music as a music boutique for his own compositions, as well as other composers. Clients include AT&T, Disney, Ford, P&G, General Mills and The Home Depot.

Visual Music’s roster includes a variety of artists. “Working with talented 20-somethings like Hotel Cinema, Karmina, Brendan McCreary, Propellant, Tim Blane and Hannah Rand, as well as recent grads from Berkelee College of Music, allows us to deal creativity with ‘challenged’ budgets, delivering great work at a competitive price point and giving us an edge clients appreciate,” Seufert adds.

The roster is rounded out by talents such as Emmy-winner Dean Grinsfelder, Damien Heartwell, Andy Mendelson, Emmy-winner Tim Kelly, Mark Hadley, Christian Moder, Felix Bird, Steve Morrell and Academy-Award nominated sound designer Herwig Maurer. “With a talent pool so broad and deep,” Seufert summarizes, “we can bring in an expert in almost any genre that’s required.”

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