Anthony Rodriguez delights himself in scoring music for film. He holds a Tell Award for a BET Film titled, "Tangy's Song,' and a nomination in the Cable Positive Awards. Anthony is currently competing in the CAIFF Film Festival, Hamlisch Awards, and REC Change Awards. A new Documentary called 'Sazon Guzman' was scored by Anthony Rodriguez, Documentary airing on Vimeo, soundtracks now streaming on all music platforms. Anthony's, The Chase Soundtrack was inspired by the HBO's Westworld Scoring Competition 2020, soundtrack now playing in all music platforms.
Working with Anthony is an opportunity to see your story come to life through his ideas in melodies and combination of musical emotions. With his background in drums, percussion, and primary instrument, piano; he brings a massive amount of ideas from different cultures.
His highest influence in composers are; Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Danny Elfman, John Lunn, and other composers which inspire Anthony to create music for film, both for self-enjoyment and for clients. Creativity, passion and obsession to create your perfect score is just an email or phone call away. Start your spotting session with Anthony today!
Sazon Guzman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Save Us (Inspired by the REC Change Scoring Competition 2020)
The Chase (Inspired by the Westworld Scoring Competition)
Official Intro Soundtrack for Audio Beast Records
Attention Film Directors:
To make the best out of your project please send the correct video format as described below.
Audio Embedded into the Video:
Left channel: Dialogue and effects
Right channel: Temp Music
Seperate WAVs tracks 48kHz / 24bit of:
We use Pro Tools to import video, please make sure the video is formatted according to Avid's format. In a lot of cases, we have to convert the video to Avid's format for importing.
Avid Pro Tools Video import
(Picture will import and play, but audio will not)
Apple ProRes (MOV)
H.264 (CFR Media Only) (MOV, MP4, M4V)
THE VIDEO SHOULD HAVE
A standard 8 second (12 feet) leader.
Sync “plops” 2 seconds before and after the reel (with accompanying pip in ALL the sound files).
Burnt in SMPTE time code * on screen (aka BITC, Burnt In Time Code)
Burnt in feet + frames (standard time reference in the US).
These are basic requests to make the transitions more accommodating for composer, video editor and music editor; this includes everyone involved.