Strangetree Productions - History and Credits


Strangetree Productions, was started by Liza Carbé and JP Durand in 1996. Their goal was to use their skills and production "voice" to render their own music and the music of others. Strangetree was given its first opportunity to do this on a large scale in 1996 when Chase/Rucker Music asked them to co-compose cues for Paramount's "Entertainment Tonight". Selections from this large collection of cues (administrated by Famous Music), were subsequently placed in such shows as "JAG", "Oprah Winfrey", "Sister Sister", "The Tiger Woods Story", "Star Trek: Voyager" and many others. Since then, other TV work has included the four-part History Channel series "The History of Mexico", several cues for the ABC mini-series "Creature", and co-composition of the main theme for the A&E series, "The Competition", among others.

In 1997, on the strength of their compositions and production style, they made the first of five CD's for the Sonoton Music Library, part of the APM Music Library family. "Banda/Tex-Mex" was soon followed by 1998's "Afro-Cuban Salsa Fiesta", then "Latin Trance Fusion" and "Latin Pop Charts". Subsequently, Strangetree was hired to produce two CD's for the new Five Alarm Music Library, "Off the Charts Nu Metal" and "Off the Charts Latin Techno". All the above titles have been licensed extensively for use around the world.

CREDITS/RESUME

MOVIE CREDITS

VIDEO GAMES

TELEVISION PLACEMENTS

SCORE TO PICTURE

SPORTS/NEWS PACKAGES

MUSIC LIBRARIES

BAND & SOLO ARTIST PRODUCTION

LIZA CARBE - OTHER RECORDING CREDITS

LIVE EXPERIENCE

LIZA CARBE - LIVE EXPERIENCE



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