Exclusive interview with film, TV, and new media composer musician Thomas Chase Jones (Batman vs. Dracula) at his Jones TV studio.
Thomas Chase Jones has earned a well-deserved reputation over the years as one of the finest composers for television animation. He has Branched off into other areas of media including feature films, such as Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland, Batman versus Dracula, Superman: Brainiac Attacks, and Without a Paddle: Nature’s Calling. He also has a host of television credits and animated series, including The Batman and Loonatics Unleashed. “Working in animation has allowed me to develop my composition skills and workflow.”
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Actors Entertainment host actress Cerris Morgan-Moyer sits down with Thomas Chase Jones at his music studio in Studio City, California. Thomas talks about the beginning of his career in music and of his love for ukuleles.
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Thomas Chase Jones discusses writing music for television, film, new media, and for animation, and some of the processes of composing.
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Thomas Chase Jones talks about his experience withThe Powerpuff Girls Rule!!! (winner: Annie Award), the Scooby-Doo projects, his great collaboration with director Joe Sichta, Batman vs. Dracula.
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Thomas Chase Jones shares some of the details of his music studio and some of the musical decisions that go into music production. Thomas started his own television company, Jones TV. Jones TV has several of its own projects and also takes TV show ideas and turns them into “sizzles” (basically a movie trailer but for TV ideas). Then they take them to networks to pitch the show in hopes that they’ll green light it. For more information on Jones TV, visit: www.jonestv.tv
Thomas Chase Jones has too many credits to mention, like The Powerfupp Girls Rule!!! (Annie Award), The Batman, and numerous Scooby-Doo videos, to name but a few. For more information on Thomas Chase Jones:
Thomas Chase Jones Website
Thomas Chase Jones IMDB
Jones TV takes TV show ideas and turns them into “sizzles” (basically a movie trailer but for TV ideas). Then they take them to networks to pitch the show in hopes that they’ll green light it. For more information on Jones TV, visit: www.jonestv.tv
Sidebeat Music is a show on Actors Entertainment, a channel of the Actors Podcast Network, a Pepper Jay Production.