Santa Monica, CA (September 9, 2008)–Film trailer music producer Immediate Music has consolidated its headquarters in Santa Monica. Emmy Award-winning company co-founders/composers/producers Yoav Goren and Jeffrey Fayman also announced the construction of two new studios and personnel hires.
The expansion follows on the heels of the company having just provided music for NBC’s 2008 Beijing Olympics, as well as for trailers promoting the hit films Hancock, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, Hellboy 2 and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
In addition to office space for the company’s growing staff, the Santa Monica facility will feature two production studios. The studios feature an SSL AWS 900+ console, Digidesign Pro Tools|HD4 studio rigs, and fully-loaded, 64-bit, 8-core Mac Pro computers capitalizing on a super-fast fibre network which hosts the sounds libraries and audio recordings.
Concurrently with its expansion, Immediate Music has extended its roster of in-house composers, adding Mark Phillips and John Samuel Hanson, and has also named Emily Weber as director of operations.
Regarding the expansion, Fayman said, “Having worked for many years producing original high quality music for film advertising, we realized that the time had come for us to branch out further–to reach out to a broader potential client base by making our catalogue available for the first time to other arenas. To do this, we decided that we needed a larger base of operations. Our new space, two new recording studios and expanded personnel will help serve that purpose.”
Said Goren,” Our new in-house composers are really extraordinary, and will help us develop more product in the coming months, as we seek to introduce our material to the TV, videogame and advertising industries. And Emily Weber is a highly experienced executive who really understands our field. We believe she will help take Immediate Music to the next level.”