Los Angeles, CA (September 11, 2008)–APM Music has launched LiquidCinema, a new film trailer music library created by award-winning film composer and music producer Jeff Rona. Rona’s motion picture music credits include Traffic and Mission: Impossible 2, as well as the theme music for the 2008 Olympic Regatta.
“Jeff and his team of accomplished co-composers have created a top-quality music library for scoring film trailers and TV promos. The library is structured with the style and formulas most utilized in motion picture advertising,” said Adam Taylor, president of APM Music. “The LiquidCinema music library is written with an enormous amount of emotion and each track conveys its own unique feeling. There are a wide range of beginning, middle and end tracks with back-ins, remixes, alternate versions, drones, hits, stings and variations for simple editing.”
“The LiquidCinema music library has been carefully written and arranged to provide music in shorter sections that move an audience through visuals with a sense of immediacy and musicality; no single track tries to tell the entire story,” says composer Jeff Rona. “All too often, music supervisors must carve out and separate a specific musical passage from a longer cue, which is unnecessarily time consuming. LiquidCinema cues are concise and focused, so cues can be easily edited or mixed together to work in a wide range of circumstances. Working with live orchestra, singers, drummers, and instrumentalists, and with world class movie score engineer James T. Hill at the console made our tracks sound simply brilliant.”
The initial six-volume boxed set contains the key trailer categories Cinematic Apocalypse, Cinematic Action & Adventure, Cinematic Emotions & Drama, Cinematic Contemporary Action, Cinematic Horror & Suspense and Cinematic Hip-Hop.