I compose and produce meticulously crafted original music that stands out from commercial music houses and libraries. In my one-human-only Brooklyn shop I create handcrafted beats, electronic sounds from scratch and I even play real-live musical instruments (!). I am open to producing music of any style, from a string quartet to a trash metal song, from a latin-jazz descarga to an electronica piece. My 20+ years as a composer and performer of jazz-chamber-world music, as well as my work with film, dance, radio and design, have allowed me to keep an open mind that informs a unique approach for each piece and fulfills my clients’ vision.
I’ve produced music for shows such as The New Yorker Radio Hour (NY Public Radio), I Travel For… (Slate-British Airways), Imaginary Worlds (Panoply), Quiet - The Power of Introverts (Panoply), Coming Clean (Sound Made Public) or David Zwirner Art Galleries (Slate) amongst many others.
NOTE: If you would like to hear full samples of my work for radio/podcast and see a more detailed description please go to www.alexiscuadrado.com/podcast and contact me so I can give you a password. Thank you!
Here is a sample of some pieces that I've recently produced:
The New Yorker Radio Hour with host David Remnick (WNYC Radio): 1 original piece and 2 variations/arrangements of theme music by TuneYards.
Original score for "The Case Against Assad" with Ben Taub ( The New Yorker - WNYC Radio).
Imaginary Worlds with Eric Molinsky (Panoply): 2 contrasting tracks (electronica and acoustic)
Quiet (The Power of Introverts) with Susan Cain (Panoply): Theme music - Sound Identity