Pulling together a musical composition no longer requires an expensive recording studio. Instead musicians can collaborate from around the world and still meet a tight deadline to have piece ready for television broadcast ahead of schedule. However, when you watch a programme from the comfort of your living room, you may not realise just how unconventional the recording process for the musical accompaniment can be. Composing Music Music, Composition, Collaboration, Remote Working Paul Farrer is an award-winning composer of music for Television.
In a career spanning 28 years he has composed the music to numerous TV shows including Dancing on Ice, The Chase, Judge Rinder, Ant and Dec’s Push The Button, Jeremy Kyle, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Gladiators, and The Weakest Link – The BBC’s most successful ever TV format, sold to 97 countries.
In 2012 he was commissioned to compose the orchestral music to the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and has been honoured to have been invited back to do the same every year since. He lives in Malvern, UK.