Production music written and produced by Greg Patmore
'Miles of Music' is the composition and music production baby of UK based musician Greg Patmore.
Greg is a graduate of Goldsmith’s College, London, where he studied music composition with Edward Gregson, Stanley Glasser and Melanie Daiken. He also studied film scoring with Don Ray of CBS Television.
As a classically trained musician, Greg is able to compose to a range of genres. He particularly enjoys using and absorbing into his work varied cultural influences but equally enjoys writing quirky compositions, dramatic and theatrical themes and intricate soundscapes.
Greg has a fully equipped music studio which allows him to produce works on any scale within very tight budgets to broadcast quality. As a composer, actor and vocal artist, he can also provide a complete service in AV sound design for audio books, exhibitions, theatre, events, film/TV and multi-media.
Film Scores/TVDVD: Greg's music has sold across the globe for a huge range of projects being shown in a diverse range of countries. His credits include Final Justice : Rent-a-Mate : Mummy’s Boys Credits : La Patisserie : Antlers of Reason : End of the Line : In Focus : Secret Agent : The Antique (UK/LA) : Another Life (UK/LA) : Place by the Sea (Channel 4) : 21st Century Liner (Discovery Channel) : Crown Paints : Travels on the Kennet & Avon Canal (Video Active) : Making Connexions (Mirabilis Media)
Theatre/MD credits include: ‘The Shadowmaster’ at the Kings Head Theatrel London : ‘Spring Awakening’ at the Courtyard Theatre, London : Dorothy’s Friends (The Musical) in London West End and Edinburgh Festival 2002 (Fruits of the Womb Theatre Company) : MD for various concerts and live performances including NW Concert for Kosovo, MD of Trinity Girls Band,. Music for Wigan Pier Theatre Company ‘The Way We Were’.
Sound design credits include: UK tour of The African Company Presents Richard III written by Carlyle Brown and directed by Chuck Mike which transferred to the US : Grand Slam at Kings Head Theatre, London : the Fear installation at the Urbis Museum in Manchester, public address idents for the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester : The Diary of Anne Frank : Beauty Queen of Leenane : The Corn is Green : Brassed Off : ‘The Way We Were’.
Advertising credits include: cancer research : accident group : motorshow : your claim : Yamaha Music : Sony : Dawsons Music : Twickers World Holidays : Red Sea Holidays : Municipal Mutual Insurance : Zurich Insurance
Corporate events credits include: DHL – Changes : Iceland – 12 days of Christmas gospel spectacular (recorded at Parr Street Studios Liverpool, featuring Urban Voice Gospel Choir) : North West Ethnic Business forum dance spectacular : North West Business Awards : Commonwealth Games announcement idents : Kwik Save Staff Conference (‘music for celebration’)