Icarus Music

Icarus Music Logo

Icarus Music

Music Production for Film + TV

Scroll the shelf using and keys

SCIENCE ON A SPHERE    .    Stack A

Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific . SoS Film

 
Scoring for an international aquarium that’s out to save the oceans is simply incredible work. Visit the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific yourself to see what amazing things they’re up to locally… and globally.
 

 The Urban Ocean

FILM SYNOPSIS

CA’s urban ocean is a model citizen.

MOOD

Discovery, Complex, Mystery.
 
ROCK > Progressive

 

 Ocean in Motion

FILM SYNOPSIS

Ocean = Motion = Life.

MOOD

Energetic , Sophisticated, Upbeat.
 
CONTEMPORARY > Fusion

 

 Exploring the Depths

FILM SYNOPSIS

The evolution of ocean exploration.

MOOD

Happy, Joyful, Wonder.
 
CONTEMPORARY > Alternative + Rock

 

Science on a Sphere® series by the Aquarium of the Pacific

Share
SCIENCE ON A SPHERE    .    Stack B

Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific . SoS Film

 
We provided the score for these projects, playing and recording many tracks live, in-studio. We produced the sound affects, and, for the majority, recorded and mixed the narration, as well.
 

 Extreme Weather

FILM SYNOPSIS

The global impact of Nature’s changes.

MOOD

Epic, Grand, Intense, Magical.
 
ORCHESTRAL > Contemp. +Chorus

 

  Seaports of San Pedro Bay

FILM SYNOPSIS

Inside the gears of a techno behemoth

MOOD

Dynamic, Energetic, Grand, Majestic.
 
ORCHESTRAL > Cinematic

 

 Aquaculture

FILM SYNOPSIS

What does fishing’s future look like?

MOOD

Delight, Hip, Intelligent.
 
CONTEMPORARY > Modern

 

 Cities Through Time

FILM SYNOPSIS

What exactly is smart planning?

MOOD

Business-like, Curious, International, Savvy.
 
CONTEMPORARY > Trance

 

Science on a Sphere® series by the Aquarium of the Pacific

Share
LOSING THE ELEPHANTS . Open

Independent Documentary Film

WORLD > Fusion Song

Pulsing rhythms, flutes, bells and tonal syllables reminiscent of classical Carnatic scales.

IF YOU LIKE:  Seven Years in Tibet

CLIP

“Noble, gentle and wise, the elephant symbolizes the calm majesty of one on the path of enlightenment”
Produced by World Women Work

 

MOOD

Journey, Spiritual, Uplifting

TEMPO

Slow (98)

GENRES

Action-advent., Adventure,
Period Piece

Share
SOS . OCEAN IN MOTION

1 Comment

Science on a Sphere® by Aquarium of the Pacific

CONTEMPORARY > Fusion

This dynamic piece progresses from thoughtful to rockin’, joyfully inspiring a sense of urgency. Features catchy motifs; sweet time shifts and deliciously cue-ey hits.

IF YOU LIKE:  Avatar

FILM SYNOPSIS

Ocean = Motion = Life.
What is Science on a Sphere®?
Film Credits

 

MOODS

Energetic , Sophisticated, Upbeat.

TEMPOS

Moderate (117); Fast (125); Slower (60), (71); Fast (140)

GENRES

Action-Advent., Sci-Fi

 

Share

BAGHDAD CAFE

MOOD

Haunting, Longing, Seductive, Sexy, Trance

TEMPO

Slow (95)

GENRES

Action-advent., Drama, Romance

WORLD > EthnicFusion

Drums and synth bass groove, while the duduk undulates.

Panning shot… a middle-eastern city beckons.

IF YOU LIKE: Bourne Supremacy

Share
ABORIGINAL DREAMS

1 Comment

Slideshow

WORLD > Fusion

Didgeridoo calls beckon, and rhythms delight.

IF YOU LIKE:  Rabbit-Proof Fence

CLIP

Colorful images of aboriginal art, music & culture.

 

MOOD

Dreamy, Meditative, Mystical

TEMPO

Slower (78)

GENRES

Adventure,
Documentary, Sci-fi

Share
What is Science on a Sphere?

<<< Ocean Science Center

Floating 6′ sphere installation with upper video monitors.

More about Science on a Sphere® installations worldwide.

×
CREDITS: SoS . Extreme Weather

Narrated by

Jerry R. Schubel

Produced by

Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen, Keith Miller, John Rouse and Jerry R. Schubel

Edited by

Andrew M. Cohen

Multimedia Design by

Keith Miller

Original Music, Sound Effects, Narration Recording and Final Mix by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×
CREDITS: SoS . Exploring the Depths

Narrated by

Michael Donovan

Produced by

Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen and Jerry R. Schubel

Edited by

Andrew M. Cohen

Multimedia Design by

Keith Miller

Original Music, Sound Effects and Final Mix by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

Images provided by

Getty Images, NOAA and pond5

Funding provided by

The Roddenberry Foundation

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×
CREDITS: SoS . Ocean in Motion

Written by

42 Degrees North

Produced by

Cortina Productions

Original Music by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

Footage provided by

Discovery Access, pond5, Scubazoo, and T3Media

Images provided by

NASA

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Additional funding provided by

The Roddenberry Foundation

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×
CREDITS: SoS . Cities Through Time

Narrated by

Jerry R. Schubel

Produced by

Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen and Jerry R. Schubel

Edited by

Andrew M. Cohen

Multimedia Design by

Keith Miller

Original Music, Sound Effects, Narration Recording and Final Mix by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×
CREDITS: SoS . Aquaculture

Narrated by

Michael Donovan

Original Script by

Kim Thompson and Jerry R. Schubel

Produced by

Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen and Jerry R. Schubel

Edited by

Andrew M. Cohen

Multimedia Design by

Keith Miller

Original Music, Sound Effects and Final Mix by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

Images provided by

NOAA, Getty Images, NatureFootage/OceanFootage, Neil Simms and Jeff Milisen of Kampachi Farms, Don Kent and Hubbs Sea World Research Institute

Program-creation partners

Aquarium of the Pacific and NOAA Fisheries

Funding provided by

The Miller Foundation

NOAA Advisors

Michael Rust, Christopher Botnick and Micheal Rubino

Scientific Advisors

Michael Rust and Don Kent

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×
CREDITS: SoS . The Urban Ocean

Narrated by

Jerry R. Schubel

Produced by

Jerry R. Schubel, Derek Balsillie, Andrew M. Cohen, Keith Miller and John Rouse

Edited and Animated by

Keith Miller

Original Music, Sound Effects, Narration Recording and Final Mix by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

Images provided by

DCA Film & Video Productions, Getty Images, NOAA and pond5

Funding provided by

The Miller Foundation

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×
CREDITS: SoS . Seaports of San Pedro Bay

Written by

42 Degrees North

Produced by

Cortina Productions

Original Music by

Icarus Music
Eddie Freeman and Marta Victoria

Footage provided by

Artbeats Digital Film Library, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, ©iStockphoto.com, , Maersk Line, pond5, Port of Long Beach, The Port of Los Angeles, SkySails and Thought Equity Motion

Images provided by

The Journal of Commerce, The Box That Changed The World: 50 Years of Container Shipping” by Joseph Bonney and Arthur Donovan, ©iStockphoto.com, Bigstock.com and University of Southern California, on behalf of the USC Special Collections

Funding provided by

NOAA Coastal Services Center, Port of Long Beach and The Port of Los Angeles

For installation at the

Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California

In conjunction with

NOAA’s worldwide Science on a Sphere® program

Credits + links are posted w/ best intentions. If involved, and you wish a change, please e-mail us.
×