Go beyond the world of stock music. Enter the universe of KOZMIC DEBRIS, a unique collection of the most interesting and eclectic production music on the market today. Powerful, emotional, dynamic, dramatic, transformative. Made for the creative content producer who wants more than the typical “inside the box” soundtrack.
Most KD tracks are hard to classify. Most are emotionally complex. All tell a story, evoke an image, set a mood, and sometimes do all three simultaneously. Lead composer, Ed Grenga and his partner, Doug Stevens, have drawn on their years of experience in film, documentary, and TV to put together a library that will make your project come alive.
This music library is categorized differently than most others. Instead of the typical genres- Rock, Jazz, Orchestral, etc., it's more about the vibe and mood, or what kind of imagery the music evokes. Being storytellers ourselves, we tend to imagine the kind of story we’re telling each time we sit down and immerse ourselves into a new composition. The result is music that’s rich with color, imagination, and emotion.
The way to get the most out of this library is to explore the alternate mixes and stems. Most of the titles were composed as big themes. But using the stems allows you to create custom-sounding scores. Most of the stems stand on their own as cues. The rest are meant to be elements which can be broken up and peppered into and out of scenes, allowing you to build slowly to the main theme, or just have a common thread throughout the program without sounding repetitive.
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Ed became a professional musician at age 16, gigging every week in the Boston area. And by 19, he hit the road crisscrossing the country in various Rock and R&B bands. He learned how to play and write music the hard way; one teacher, a lot of studying and reading about music, and long hours mastering his keyboard technique.
In the '80s, Ed began working full-time in the studio, dividing his time between Boston and Los Angeles. He composed and produced music for a variety of TV and radio commercials and worked on album and song projects with Ross Vannelli, Jeffrey Osborne, Buddy Miles, Kim Carnes, and Tracy Bonham. He scored short films and videos developing his skills in the craft of film composition.
In 1990, Ed and Doug Stevens built their first full-service studio for their company, Handsome Brothers Music, Inc., in the cellblock of the old Somerville, MA police station. They quickly became one of the premier music production houses in New England.
As head composer for Handsome Brothers, Ed created thousands of soundtracks for Fortune 500 companies and contributed his talents to a number of PBS programs, Emmy Award winning documentaries, feature films, and television shows.
Today, Ed is a sought-after composer for feature films and documentaries, and as a writer/producer of songs for a variety of commercial clients and singer/songwriters and recording artists.
Doug was in his first year of art school when he began writing songs, recording music, and performing in his first band, GNP. Shortly after recording their debut album on Metromedia, the band split up. So, he co-wrote, directed, and staged, "Rockfights... rich amusement", a multi-media, musical comedy. Soon after, opportunity knocked and he became a full-time,
commercial music producer.
In the mid-80s, he joined forces with composer, Ed Grenga, at Handsome Brothers. The pair provided award-winning music production services for corporations, advertising agencies,
video production houses, and entertainment companies.
Together they've produced thousands of music and recordings for scores, songs, radio shows, special live events, podcasts, jingles, documentaries, television programs, and movie soundtracks.
Doug also worked at SiriusXM on The Howard Channels, writing and producing 75, one-hour comedy music specials. He has written and recorded several albums of popular comedy songs, including duets with Todd Rundgren and Margaret Cho.
Today, Doug mixes and curates music and sound design for
films, television, podcasts, and the internet.
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