After graduating from Vanderbilt with a Music Composition degree, Amper Music founder Drew Silverstein, ‘16BUS, was thrilled to begin working with Grammy-winning film composer Christopher Lennertz. Now he was going to score movies in Hollywood. And not long into his time with Lennertz, Drew was already making significant contributions. His first big assignment: writing additional music on a Marvel One-Shot film called “Item 47”.
From his vantage point two types of projects seemed to emerge: the artistic pieces and projects that were more utilitarian. Drew noticed that if a producer wanted to make an artistic statement, she’ll likely spend the money to hire a composer. For projects in which the music was not a core artistic collaboration, however, producers were spending time finding music that already existed. So Silverstein created Amper Music. Currently in beta, Amper is an artificial intelligence music technology that instantly creates unique, royalty-free music tailored to a video professional’s specific music needs.
Although Amper is not yet releasing product publicly, they’ve secured early rounds of venture funding to fund their efforts. To hear the end of this score, sign up for Amper’s mailing list today.