Want to know how to deliver a Hollywood-type film score for a movie with a tight deadline and budget? From mock-up to final surround mix, Imre Czomba (composer) and Miklos Malek (score mixer) will show you their process.
May 2, 2019
7:30pm – 10pm
Los Angeles Valley College
5800 Fulton Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 91401
Hungarian born Imre Czomba is a La-based composer, orchestrator, arranger, music producer and musician. A prominent figure in the International Music scene since 1993, he is most recognized for his numerous theatrical compositions and productions, including musicals, international events, and dance theatre shows. Imre earned international acclaim for his 18-year collaboration with ExperiDance, a famous dance troupe whose shows premiered in top theaters across Europe and Asia. His international repertoire includes compositions for the 2008 Summer and 2014 Winter Olympic Games, and the 2013 European Judo Championship and the 2006 European Aquatic Championship Official Song. In 2008 and 2009 Imre was selected to compose music for the prestigious Hungarian National Day firework shows, each with a viewership of over 3 million people. As a composer, arranger, orchestrator, music producer, and musician, Imre has appeared on over 110 successful albums. He has also scored, orchestrated and produced music for over 60 films, television movies and television series. As a highly respected and versatile music composer, Imre is a member of the Hungarian Film and the American Television Academy.
Miklos Malek is a Hungarian-born music producer, mixing and mastering engineer based in Los Angeles. He is known for his deep musical knowledge, dedication to quality, and attention to detail. Miklos’ work has led to worldwide sales that exceed 15 million units by artists including Jennifer Lopez, Armin Van Buuren, Anastacia, Faith Evans, Pixie Lott and Yanni. Miklos studied classical piano and composition and received his master’s degree from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music. After a string of Hungarian hits, he decided to continue his career in the USA. Miklos attended Berklee College of Music in Boston but after only two semesters, he accepted a publishing deal at hitmaker Ric Wake’s publishing company in NYC. This amazing introduction to the New York musical landscape led to his breakthrough in the USA first as a songwriter (Anastacia) and then as an arranger/programmer (Jennifer Lopez). After 6 years in NY, he relocated to LA and began focusing on mixing records and film scores; mastering and stem mastering (Armin Van Buuren). In 2010, he was invited to be a judge on X-Faktor, the Hungarian version of the UK TV show. Miklos stayed in the limelight for 3 wildly successful seasons then returned to the studio where he feels at home the most, aside from the volleyball courts on the beach.