Scott Reed is a Hollywood film composer who has studied with Dr. David Uber, Andrea Pejrolo, and Jack Smalley, among others. His music has been recorded at the world famous Warner Brothers Eastwood Scoring Stage where Scott had the pleasure of conducting the Hollywood Orchestra. Scott has written for Tom Boyd and Friends, Jim Self, Gloria Cheng, and many others. He is published by Cimarron Music Press. While specializing in orchestral film scoring, Scott also enjoys writing in many other different styles. He welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with you on your next project.
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- "I enjoyed every moment of [your music], and found it completely delightful. You have a wonderful sense of color, texture, and knowledge of orchestration that is expertly employed." - Mark Laycock (Associate Conductor New Jersey Symphony Orchestra)
- "Scott Reed is a very talented young composer who did a film session here in LA that I played. He wrote some very challenging tuba parts that were fun to play. They were not just bass lines, they were part of the texture, of the chords, they were melodic. Scott has a nice wit and lyricism in his music which is important for someone who wants to score films." - Jim Self
- "In my 30+ years of scoring motion picture after motion picture, I've run into a few exceptional composers who brought magic to the screen. Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams, Alan Silvestri, Elmer Berstein and a few more. Scott Reed has the ability to accomplish this magic. He is a wonderful person and should be given the opportunities to compose major features in the future. Scott also know clearly how to write for various instruments and conducts an orchestra in a commanding way. He only brings the very best out of me." - Tom Boyd (solo oboist in well over 1,000 motion pictures)
- "It is a pleasure working with Scott. I predict for him, a bright future!"
- JoAnn Turovsky
- "Scott Reed has all the compositional skill, emotional range and, most importantly, the imagination to make a significant contribution in the world of film music. I look forward to hearing much more from him." - Gloria Cheng