Composer, Arranger and Producer Greg Patmore began his musical life in the brass band tradition of NW England, playing, conducting and composing for brass before going to Goldsmith's College, London, to study composition with Edward Gregson, Stanley Glasser and Melanie Daiken. His music has always drawn upon combined influences, traditions and cultures, and he has a true passion for live theatre, having produced scores for many of London’s West End/Fringe productions. Greg also writes and arranges for professional artists, TV and Film.
Greg Patmore's exciting, adventurous James Bond, aka Agent 007, Spy cue, "Secret Service," was just honored as our Editor's Choice Award for August! The track is perfect for action thrillers, espionage films, branding, and tough new product launch. Check it out!
Greg Patmore's sound design projects include the 2009/10 UK and US tour of The African Company Presents Richard III written by Carlyle Brown and directed by Chuck Mike; Grand Slam at Kings Head Theatre, London; the Fear installation at the Urbis Museum, Manchester; public address idents for the 2002 Commonwealth Games; The Diary of Anne Frank; Brassed Off.
Film and TV credits include Rent-a-Mate, Mummy’s Boys, La Patisserie, Antlers of Reason, Secret Agent, The Antique (UK/LA), Another Life (UK/LA), End of the Line. Music for Wigan Pier Theatre Company ‘The Way We Were’, 20th Century Liner (Discovery Channel), A Place by The Sea (Channel 4).
Live Theatre credits include Midsummer Night's Dream, Christopher Luscombe's adaptation of ‘Star Quality' by Noel Coward, the musical ‘Dorothy's Friends', and Martin McDonagh's ‘Beauty Queen of Leenane,' and has always had a true passion for music inspired by theatre. His most acclaimed scores include those produced for London’s West End/Fringe productions including ‘Spring Awakening' at the Courtyard Theatre and ‘The Shadowmaster' at the Kings Head Theatre.
Published works include ‘The Agitator’ for Double Bass
Strong and quirky brass and string piece that describe a cheeky and comedic element. Great for a kids spy film or where you need to illustrate the moving of time. Could even be used for a commercial for food, drink or cars - very versatile - with a bit of a kick at the end. Brass,
this is a short ethereal link - ideal for maybe a light and elegant entrance with a twist or maybe a theatrical performance that needs a link that is proud yet thoughtful. It would sit happily in a play themed like Midsummer Nights Dream. Multi-Sample, Classical
Tongue-in-cheek dark and dramatic harpsichord with reverberation to give it even more depth. Using only 4 keys you can imagine count Dracula making a grand entrance sweeping into a room. Great for a fun ring tone, fun entrance for a corporate presentation or a welcome with a difference. Keyboard Sou, Keyboard,
A cheeky little number. The harpsichord and trill of strings play as a duet to describe someone being very pleased with themselves or doing the deed then walking out in a proud and authoritative manner. Strings,
A short orchestral cue of 6 seconds. The harpsichord and violin give this a quirky period feel. Ideal link to take you quickly from one scene to another or gives a character time to think before taking any action. Multi-Sample, Classical
mystical and magical. Runs of Heavenly harps and violin stings fill the air wrapping you up in the whole of the universe. A wonderful Disney type of fairy and elf tune which tumbles about. Ideal for a children's paradise of make believe. Strings,
A very dramatic run of strings which works dynamically as an entrance for live performance or for a magical mystery link to describe a characters actions or surprise and wonder. Great for comedy or cartoon, for young people and families. Strings,
A lovely little orchestral link that, despite being 17 seconds, it is so emotive - full of yearning and longing. Ideal link from a thought to and idea as there is a mischievous little chime at the end. It is reminiscent of something out of a Buster Keaton film. Multi-Sample, Classical
A fabulous bouncy little orchestral loop. It would lend itself to describe creeping up on someone in a cheeky charlie way. With the use of harpsichord it also has a grand period sound to it. Ideal also for animation, cartoon and live theatre. Multi-Sample, Classical
Quirky Harpsicord and Violin transition link. Very regal with a period lilt to it. Ideal for moving from one scene to another or allowing the character to think before making a move. Multi-Sample, Classical
creeping quietly on tip toe. This orchestral loop is ideal to express someone or something quietly creeping on tip toe. Hush, don't make a sound.. yet it is quirky and lively at the same time. Multi-Sample, Classical
A spooky yet somehow friendly effect produced by percussion-glockenspiel and cymbals. Ideal for an entrance that is mysterious, cheeky and fairy like. Ideal for pantomimes and enchanted theatrical effects. Achromatic Percussion,
This is wonderful Midsummer Nights Dream meets The Twilight Zone. It describes someone or something carefully looking here and there - great for animation or live theater. It would be ideal to describe the quirks of nature and how unpredictable mother nature is. Multi-Sample, Classical
This harpsichord solo cue has a lovely lilt to it which is ideal for transitions within film or TV. It ends with a mystical electronic chime which gives it a bit of cheeky yet slightly mysterious edge to it. It leaves us wondering whats going to happen next. Multi-Sample, Classical
10 seconds which describes very elegant thief. A cheeky instrument loop that would work well in any era yet it has a very Edwardian and Tudor feel about it - a harpsichord ditty ideal for comedy or live performance or lighthearted mystery. Multi-Sample, Classical
This orchestral loop is dark and mysterious yet there is a magical spirit dancing around inside it. It is a bit eerie with the vibration of strings adding to the mystery. Despite all of this it can be used for something lighter or if you want to describe a Miss Marple moment of detection perhaps. Multi-Sample, Classical
A spooky loop that is full of anticipation ready for something or someone to jump out at you from the shadows. Great as a mystery and suspense underscore that is dark and foreboding whether on this earth or somewhere in outer space. Longer version of Again The Wood, Multi-Sample, Classical
mystical and haunting. The percussion has a slightly electronic feel making the cue very sci-fi. Ideal as an underscore to someone searching a weird and wonderful place. A modern day take on star trek sound effects. You get the sense of being lost in a trance like place - but where is the way out! Chromatic Percussion, Xylophones
Proud horns and double bass are joined with piano and strings to give a warm and contemporary fanfare. Heralding the arrival of anything for the consumer or business organization alike. A sort of 'ta da' moment as an object of beauty is revealed. Brass,