Tight, catchy, well planned and very musical
As short and sweet as they are, building a jingle agenda requires a great understanding of music, musicianship, Understanding of a brand, and how to communicate the emotion of that brand in mere seconds.
Not to worry, that is one of the things we do best.
The Spalding School of Arts jingle as an example as a testament to the fun, playful youth driven emotions that the school needed. Apple: based on the pentatonic scale it’s very easy to sing and makes the emotion of a statement and a question all in one.
The Spaulding School of the Arts jingle has been a “earwig” for many over the years. And our jingle team will build that jingle to suit your specific needs as well.
Let us know what your needs are and we will get into production. Jingles can range from simple single instrument jingles, to full featured songs played by Studio Bands and Studio Musicians.
Jingles are normally so expensive that very few businesses can afford to have one built. We seek to change that with our Canadian Innovation services.
The internationally renowned Andrew Lane (producer of Hannah Montana, High School Musical, Princess Diaries, and many others) is coming to Canada the first week of October for the Canadian Invasion.
During this time he will be hosting two master classes along-side Zeus Settles (a fellow top producer in the USA as well).
Andrew Lane is a pop-hip hop-R&B record producer and songwriter. He was born in San Diego, California.
Drew has worked with artists such as Backstreet Boys and Irene Cara. As a producer and songwriter, Lane has received gold and platinum accreditations for his work with R&B artists Speech, Keith Sweat, and Alsou. He also worked on the platinum-accredited records High School Musical, Hannah Montana, Disneymania 4, and Manny Fresh.
Philadelphia born and raised and has worked within the ranks of Philadelphia/New York company to include “Boyz II Men,” (Mark Pitts, manager of the Notorious B.I.G.), Troy Carter initial worldwide Manager of pop star “Lady Gaga” and previous Manager of “Eve” and many others while writing, directing and developing music videos and television pilots. During that time he got to learn the industry ropes from the inside by riding along with Mark Pitts in daily day-to-day operations of his management company, while directing the careers of his platinum artist “Biggie Smalls” and “Changing Faces.” Further developing his experience and love for writing, he began to work behind the scenes with a D.C. Production headed by Howard Gibson which starred the Award winning Morgan Freeman. Zeus, in which how David is often referred, started as a Production Assistant on the “Guilt by Association” music video short, soon after advancing to the Key PA, then on to A.D. the project in the first two days of production. His passion for the entertainment business has excelled him in countless other projects to including writing and producing records with his daughter Deja. At the tender age of 13, Deja and Zeus would work close with the producer of the famed “High School Musical” soundtrack, Andrew Lane. Collectively producing many records to include the first single of Disney Channels actor/singer, Coco Jones song, “Sweet 13.” Today Zeus is very busy with various projects and still in the business of nurturing young talent along with his talented team of music makers. He says “he was blessed to do great things yesterday, but the best…!” “Never stop writing!”
The two of them will be live and interactive speaking about everything from: How to get noticed by labels, to how to move like a label. For the already established professional, they will reveal great strategies for further success, and for those new to the industry, they will guide you on how to best get started. These two days will guaranteed leave you with a life-long impression, a new pep to your step and a new toolkit for your further development.
In order to provide the best experience possible, class sizes are intentionally extremely small and we expect to sell out very quickly! Learn more about our master classes by clicking here or ask us a question by emailing:
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