We are proud to welcome you to Score Revolution, an unparalleled online catalog of original film music available for licensing. Our site includes great scores from leading composers and many new scores you will be hearing for the very first time.
By employing sophisticated search technology together with an expert sales and support staff, we are dedicated to being a leader in the expanding global market for film music licensing.
The entire Score Revolution team looks forward to you joining with us as we connect media creators with film music owners by Unlocking The Film Music Marketplace™.
The Home of Great Film Music
Score Revolution is fast becoming the home of great film music.
We’re excited to be presenting music from leading international film companies like Lionsgate, StudioCanal, Constantin Film, Cattleya, Voltage Pictures, and Lakeshore Entertainment, as well as major independent film companies and top composers from around the world. And the list is growing...
If you own excellent film music, we invite you to join us. If you’re looking for the best instrumental music to license, we’re putting it all in one place for you!
A Good Reason to Search Online
Let’s face it - searching for music online can be tedious. That’s why we’ve created an interface that brings some joy of discovery into the equation.
We've created a revolutionary new user interface and search space that redefines how to search, discover and license film music.
Got a great piece of temp music that you can’t use? Our Upload Search allows you to find similar tracks based on their acoustic profiles. Or, use our Keyword and Filter Tools to get right to what you need with out too much clicking or scrolling.
Score facilitator spreads wealth
From Variety Jan 10th 2013:
Launching this month, the service aims to simplify the process of licensing a traditionally convoluted area of music. The L.A.-based company has amassed 10,000 tracks of film music, with more than 165 composers represented, including Hans Zimmer, James Horner, Alexandre Desplat, John Barry and Jerry Goldsmith.
Hierons teamed with Seth Kaplan and Christine Russell, founders of talent agency Evolution Music Partners to develop a unique business model -- in short, to partner with rights holders, "untangle" the licensing process, and create a simple and elegant interface for a massive catalog of music. Read More
We're excited to announce that Denmark-based Syntonetic will be our exclusive search technology partner, providing music data analysis that is employed within our relational search engine.
Moodagent, Syntonetic’s mobile play-listing application, is currently in customer applications including Playlist DJ for Nokia phones, the Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android phones. Score Revolution and Syntonetic are looking forward to bringing further innovations in search technology to the music licensing space.
Rolfe KentAmerican writer/director Richard Shepard’s (The Matador) 2013 British crime film stars Jude Law in the title role of a safecracker ex-con who finds himself unable to escape the life he left behind even as he endeavors to reconnect with the life he never knew by tracking down his long-lost daughter (Emilia Clarke). Richard E. Grant and Demián Bichir co-star.» Read full feature
No stranger to Richard Shepard’s darkly tragi-comic sensibilities from their successful collaboration on The Matador, veteran British composer Rolfe Kent (Sideways, Legally Blonde, Thank You for Smoking) takes a similar approach with Dom Hemingway, deploying a funky, jazzy throwback score both suitably modern to the film’s present-day setting, yet just retro enough to connect it with such classic genre forebears as Get Carter. Fans of David Holmes’ music for Steven Soderbergh’s Ocean’s films will warm to the rhythmic fusion jams of tracks like “The Train to Fontaine” and “Dom Bludgeons the Safe” while the softer, ambient strains of “Dom Saves Melody” and “Love is What You Make” aim more squarely for the heartstrings.
Explosions In The Sky, Steve JablonskyBased on former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell’s bestselling 2007 memoir about the famously failed SEAL Team 10 operation to capture an Afghan Taliban leader in June, 2005, this acclaimed 2013 drama from writer/director Peter Berg stars Mark Wahlberg as Luttrell with supporting performances from Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch, Eric Bana and Ben Foster.» Read full feature
If composer Steve Jablonsky’s thunderous scores for Paramount’s Transformers franchise etched him a reputation for big-budget genre music, his collaboration with Texas “post-rock” band Explosions in the Sky for the Lone Survivor score does likewise for more high-minded, award-caliber fare. Pensive and soulful, laced with an unapologetic tenor of patriotism and heroism, it’s that rare effort that captures not only the spirit of the film but the heart and soul of its characters. Country-inflected guitar set against a military drumbeat in the title track “Lone Survivor” pays solemn tribute to the men and the mission while tracks like “False Summit,” “A Storm is Coming” and “The Goat Herders” build the suspense that pays off with action-oriented adrenaline tracks like “QRF En Route” and “Letter Received – Taliban Attacks.” The horror and disorientation of war, meanwhile, finds its fullest evocation in the cacophonous experimental tracks “47 Down” and “Axe.”
Johnny Klimek, Reinhold HeilKevin Grevioux’s revisionist graphic novel takes even more graphic shape in Australian writer/director Stuart Beattie’s live action film starring Aaron Eckhart as Mary Shelley’s famed monster, now re-imagined as an immortal whose centuries of relative anonymity come to an end as he is dragged, once more, into the eternal war between demons and gargoyles.» Read full feature
Best known for their collaborations with director Tom Tykwer (Run, Lola, Run; Perfume; Cloud Atlas), the Australian-German composing team of Johnny Klimek and Reinhold Heil here opt for action film grandiosity over traditional horror film Gothic to bolster the exploits of this reinvented, more heroically-inclined 21st Century Frankenstein monster. Dense, brooding, ominous orchestrations built atop an electronic undertow set the stage for an epic, centuries-spanning adventure in such tracks as “I’m a Monster” and “A Higher Purpose,” elsewhere shifting into action-adventure mode with pulsating suspense tracks like “Showdown,” “Naberious Wants it Alive” and “Chasing Halek.” Not altogether eschewing Gothic influences, however, Klimek and Heil offer a handful of “Carmina Burana”-style choral tracks, typically with a more modern techno-Gothic beat: “Ride of the Gargoyles,” “This Body is Mine” and “Bring Me Frankenstein’s Monster.”
Walking With Dinosaurs
Paul Leonard-MorganJohn Leguizamo, Karl Urban and Justin Long provide the voice talent in this 2013 CGI-animated family film from BBC Earth (and named for the company’s popular television series of the same name) about a Pachyrhinosaurus known simply as Patchi (Long) who must grow into adulthood and lead the heard to safety through numerous perils and threats.» Read full feature
Bringing modern-day human emotion to the lives of prehistoric animated dinosaurs, BAFTA-winning Scottish composer Paul Leonard-Morgan invokes a scintillating mixture of old and new, traditional and indigenous to give the on-screen Dinosaur world all the richness and flavor of real life. Bits and pieces of African and Gaelic folk music, American country-western and, of course, liberal doses of heartfelt traditional orchestral music find their way throughout Patchi’s remarkable journey. Standout tracks include “Dino Heaven,” “Migration,” “Riding the Rapids” and “Patchi the Hero.”
Shakespeare In Love
Stephen WarbeckJohn Madden’s Elizabethan comedy drama follows William Shakespeare as a new love affair inspires the creation of Romeo and Juliet, and won seven Oscars, including best soundtrack.» Read full feature
Stephen Warbeck’s score is as light, fleet-footed and optimistic as the movie itself. Though his orchestration is more contemporary than period-specific, it occasionally evokes the work of Elizabethan composers like William Byrd and the more baroque Henry Purcell, while the romantic themes are carried by the lute, the key stringed instrument of the era. Organized around recurring motifs - chipper and bouncy full orchestrations ("The Beginning of the Partnership"), lute-based romantic interludes ("Greenwich") and somber strings ("The Prologue") - the result is heady and spiritedly romantic.