David Arnold goes back into radio
A man who’s created some of the most recognisable sounds and themes on our airwaves during the last 30 years, is once again venturing back into the radio industry.
Music composer, conductor and producer David Arnold, who has just re-branded the Sky News themes for the launch of its all-new HD channel, is offering his talents to radio stations.
During a career spanning nearly 40 years, he has conducted many leading orchestras, including the Royal Philharmonic. For the last ten years, he has been Associate Conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Classic FM has David to thank for its original jingles, and many of his arrangements and variations have been heard on the national station.
He is the current musical director for the BBC’s Children In Need event and can name the likes of Rod Stewart, Annie Lennox, Tina Turner and Donny Osmond with whom he’s worked with. His hundreds of television credits include BBC One idents, Blue Peter, Guinness World Records, The Big Breakfast, Live and Kicking and Tomorrow’s World.
David has the ability and experience to create a unique sound for a particular show or segment, a distinctive full station package, including sung jingles, themes, news, weather and travel beds, or relicense and revamp past packages.
David said: “I’m excited about potential new opportunities to become involved with the radio industry, which has been the inspiration for so many pioneering ideas in music and entertainment during the past three decades.
Creating the right sounds and themes for a successful radio product is an essential element in capturing the interest and imagination of listeners, and building credibility, familiarity and trust with your brand and presence. I look forward to demonstrating how my skills and experience can help broadcasters achieve their aspirations on the airwaves.”
For more information please visit davidarnoldmusic.com or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.