New Jersey composer and producer Steve Trimble brings us music in several genres including Pop, Blues, Folk, Hip-Hop, and Ambient. After years at Berklee College of Music and a number of years writing lyrics for his music, Steve did a U-turn and now is composing dynamic instrumental tracks for TV, film, radio, and ad campaigns. Check out "Mark Builds a Clock" and "Joe Got Busted" -- two of our favorites. The line forms at the rear for Steve's fun, laidback music -- better get on board!
In the mid-80s, Steve bought a life-changing cassette tape entitled "Look What The Cat Dragged In," by Poison. After receiving a Songwriting degree and a B.A. in Music from Berklee College of Music, he pursued songwriting for several years. Soon, however, Steve discovered the pure pleasure of creating music using multiple instruments, keyboards and other electronica, sans lyrics. Now armed to conquer the TV/Film music scene, Steve has switched from writing lyrical songs to recording instrumentals. We are delighted he is uploading his music at our site for our clients.
A steady build up of guitars, all playing their own dreamy melodies. Some moderate percussion adds a little flavor too. A very nostalgic tune. You're driving home from a cross country trip, a new man/ woman, thinking about all of the life lessons you learned on your journey. Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
This is a dreamy, orchestral piece. Some synth pads, horns, and light percussion back a beautiful toy piano melody. Builds into the stratosphere! Upbeat corporate track or College Graduation Day -- any scene where folks jump up on their chairs and shout, to no one in particular, "We made it!" Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
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